140 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet tropical fruits with hints of ripe mango.
Liquor: Golden yellow liquor with notes of tropical fruits aroma.
Flavour: A rich and ripe melange of tropical fruits with a profile that alternates between pineapple and mango. The papaya adds a buffering sweetness that develops in the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Warm and spicy with a delicate sweetness.
Liquor: Golden liquor with a full, sweet and spicy aroma.
Flavour: Lightly sweet with a warming spice flavour. The cinnamon and ginger compliment the vanilla, while the the fennel candies bring hints of sweetness.
Dry Leaf Nose: Mango, pomegranate and vanilla.
Liquor: Sweet mango and pomegranate steeps a golden brown liquor.
Flavour: A delectable blend – ripe and fruity with a sweet black tea base.
Dry Leaf Nose: Honeydew melon nose.
Liquor: Pale green.
Flavour Notes: Melon notes are prominent and sweet – reminiscent of a ripe honey dew melon. The mate shows itself in the finish and a bit in the middle while the melon takes the spotlight.
Dry Leaf Nose: Coconut are up front with oolong on the background.
Liquor: light green and clear with a definite fresh and sweet coconut juice aroma.
Flavour: Coconut comes through in the beginning and dominates both the nose and the cup. The oolong shows well mid palate and balances in the finish by lingering.
Dry Leaf Nose: Classic green tea aroma with a hint of fruit.
Liquor: Clear green tea colour – right and appealing. Nose is subtle green tea with fruity notes.
Flavour: A subtle, yet appealing cup with the green tea on top and lingering fruit notes.
Dry Leaf Nose: Banana with a hint of cocoa and coconut.
Liquor: Colour is a foggy banana white/yellow with a rich banana and chocolate aroma. Hints of coconut in the background.
Flavour Notes: Flavour follows the nose – rich and complex with sweet banana leading, and chocolate and coconut supporting the flavour.
Dry Leaf Nose: Well balanced notes of citrus, sweet ginger and coconut.
Liquor: Pale champagne colour. Clear with a mild sweet ginger and citrus note.
Flavour: Delicate with the citrus notes in front, followed very closely by the sweet ginger and coconut.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet with a prominent berry note.
Liquor: Light golden colour with an opaque nature.
Flavour: Sweet with prominent berry and strawberry notes which cover some of this pu’erh’s earthiness.
Dry Leaf Nose: Creamy with an earthy note followed by a fresh fruity aroma that gives this blend a very balanced nose.
Liquor: Golden and opaque.
Flavour: Sweet, creamy, slightly fruity and underpinned by an earthy shou pu’erh. The liquor is well balanced and quite sweet, full bodied. The creamy note and the fruit dominate but the earthy pu’erh still shines through.