61 Tasting Notes
This tea has a nice body to it with a taste that is a little sweet and salty. The flavor is vegetal and has a little soup brothiness to it. All in all, it is an excellent green tea.
This tea has a sweet vegetal aroma. It is light in flavor with a hint of saltiness. I taste the vegetal green tea flavor and I also get some floral notes, too. There is a lot going on flavor wise: it has a little salty soup broth taste mixed with a floral/vegetal green tea and it still has a lightness to it.
Nice aroma of buttered veggies. The taste matches the aroma with a sweet buttery flavor like sauteed green veggies and a hint of grassiness at the end.
Light Oolong that is golden yellow in color and has a nice floral aroma. This tea has a pleasant floral taste with a little bit of honeydew flavor. I found this Oolong to be quite enjoyable.
Light Oolong that is yellow with a hint of green in color and has a floral and steamed veggie aroma. This tea is light with a floral flavor mixed with a sweet edamame taste.
The aroma of this tea is a pleasing mixture of molasses and earthy hay. It is sweet and malty with the flavors of molasses, sweet potato, and cocoa. The aftertaste is light and pleasant. This is an excellent tea.
Medium Oolong that is light amber in color and has a mild hay aroma. I taste the roasted flavor with a slight sweetness and a little bit of floral flavor at the end. This tea tastes pretty good but I am not the biggest fan of its aftertaste.
Light Oolong that is golden yellow in color and has a baked floral aroma. It is light, crisp, and sweet with a very nice floral flavor. The flavor is not overpowering and there is a slight bit of savoriness to it.
This tea is sweet and salty. It has a thick texture to it, like a soup broth. I get a seaweed and vegetal taste. It is an interesting tea, I have not had anything like it before.
Light Oolong that is pale green in color and has a steamed spinach and a faint floral aroma. This tea has a little bit over everything in its flavor, I get some floral, some fruitiness, a little steamed spinach flavor, and a tinge of butteriness. None of the flavors dominate the tea’s taste, but I like the way they work together.