256 Tasting Notes
I have deleted my rating since after some searching, and after attempting to rebrew, I realized this is FLAVORED with milk flavoring. I looked on the website of DavidsTea, and looked at the ingredients, and saw this:
Chinese oolong tea from the Wuyi Mountains, natural flavouring*.
*For flavouring information consult our FAQ.
I noticed I couldn’t rebrew it while the flavors improved. For the cost, I expected a better quality. I’ve only had one other milk oolong before, and had amazing 8 rebrews from it, each one pumped with creamy flavor. Not with this “milk” oolong.
I DO NOT recommend this tea, as it’s a fake, and not worth the price.
I had some Turkish tea on Turkish Airlines, and I was trying to figure out which tea they served on it. I was told at the Istanbul Airport this was close to it. This tea was for sure not it. I did not like this tea. It had a light smoky flavor, which is something I do not like in tea. I haven’t had that much Turkish tea, so I don’t know how it’s suppose to taste. I was not a fan of this.
I got this in Munnar, India. I bought this tea after watching person after person buy 3-6 bags, so I thought this must be the tea to buy!
It’s a very strong CTC black tea. It reminds me of an Assam by the briskness. The website notes the floral note. I really like this tea iced. I bought it within a month of it being processed. The freshness is something really special. The tea itself has the beautiful smell that the tea factories smell like.
It’s really difficult to beat Golden Moon’s Coconut Oolong. This is the closest to being as good, but still, not there. There’s suppose to be pineapple in the blend, but I don’t taste much of it. The coconut flavor reminds me more of coconut water than the meat itself. I prefer a toasted coconut taste if I have to pick. This makes for an excellent iced tea.