55 Tasting Notes
Se Chung is not as well-known as other styles of Chinese oolong such as Ti Guan Yin, but it is frequently servied in Hong Kong Chinese restaurants. The flavor and texture are velvet smooth, slightly sweet (even without sugar) and rich. Se Chung Oolong holds up better than many dark oolongs to multiple steeps.
All the benefits of oolong, bu with a subtle fruity oolong taste. This one is close to flawless and a great value.
A wonderfully-flavored tea for any time of day that is nice hot or iced. Makes a great everyday tea for those that want/need a decaf tea.
A very smooth and fruity herbal blend with lots of flavor. This tea has an excellent, fruity flavor that’s not too overwhelming. A good balance between the two flavors. Great iced or hot.
This black tea requires no sweetener to be added to it because the caramel pieces melt during the infusion. It has nice caramel undertones that makes it the perfect marriage.
This tea is a nice mix of traditional black tea and vanilla that together, creates a pleasant flavor. Once steeped, the taste of the tea matches the smell.
A subtle, not overpowering taste of vanilla that is pleasantly mixed in with china black tea. It develops into a medium bodied cup of tea, with the subtleness of vanilla. Yummy!
Rich and hearty, with a bold and heavy body. Yet, its’ nutty and sweet. The second infusion is just as delicious as the first.