I opted for the unusual today, so I cracked open the green and let it fly. I gave it a minute to steep to leech out as much caffeine as I could, then let it sit for a good three minutes. Very light toasty flavor, very smooth overall, and a pleasingly “green” aroma. Not bad at all.
3 Tasting Notes
I steeped this for one minute to take off some caffeine and to get a great flavor. I’m never disappointed. This tea is smooth with a nice toasted flavor and a touch of malt and leaves behind a very light aftertaste of toasty-goodness. It’s an ultimate oolong in my book. Organic too? Can’t be beat.
I’m not a big drinker of black teas, but this one is absolutely wonderful. It’s smooth and has just the slightest hint of coconut. Dry, the smell will fool you into thinking you’re about to eat coconut flakes, but after the brewing – it’s heavenly. If you look at the surface of the tea, you will see little dots of coconut oil – almost like a starry evening right in your cup. It’s a very nice tea.