118 Tasting Notes
This tea is a dark oolong with an amber color and a roasted floral aroma. It tastes of orange zest and roses with a light roasted quality and Wuyi minerality to the aftertaste. I am not the biggest fan of fruitiness in my tea so this is not in my wheelhouse, but it is a decent cup of tea.
Flavors: Orange Zest, Rose
Dark oolong that is amber in color and has a floral mineral aroma. Steeped two tea bags in 8 oz of water for three minutes. Decent cup of tea with a fruity, orange, floral flavor. I was looking for an oolong in tea bags for easy travel use and this tea fits that need.
Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Orange
The dry smell of this tea took me back to the barn at my house growing up. It smells exactly like horse feed pellets, it is amazing how a scent can take you back to a time in your life instantly like that. The steeped tea has a malty hay aroma. It has a sweet malty flavor with notes of hay, malt, molasses, and a hint of chocolate. I really enjoyed this tea, flavor and nostalgia in one cup.
Flavors: Chocolate, Hay, Malt, Molasses