I wasn’t keen on this tea the first time around so I decided to give it another shot before consigning it to the ‘Give Away’ pile.
I picked up a bit of a honey/molasses scent when the tea was steeping, which was interesting. There’s a bit of the same note in the flavour aswell, particularly when the tea is hot. I’m still getting a very faint floral note but oddly enough at the very beginning of each sip I’m getting a touch of something cool and mint-like. But as the tea cools instead of getting sweet like most oolong this one gets an almost darjeeling-like muscatl quality and isn’t really all the pleasent to drink.
So I might keep this one around for a bit and maybe experiment with the steeping time and such.