drank Milk Oolong by Teaopia
31 tasting notes

The natural milky taste is unique and appealing, but it is likewise it’s downfall. While deliciously smooth and buttery, it can also feel too rich and flavoured. Like most green oolongs, it can become bitter, when strong, but a spot of honey will save it heroically. Reserve this tea for special times. For every day, I would recommend a more natural-tasting oolong, such as Ti Kuan Yin or an Indonesian (Sumatran) oolong.

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Mr Steep likes tea plain, or variously with lemon, fruit juice, honey, spices, cow’s milk or soy milk, as appropriate.

Mr Steep avoids flavoured teas: flavouring rarely makes something out of nothing.

Mr Steep applies this philosophy to good coffee, too.


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