16 Tasting Notes
Kind of light for a tea this early in my day, maybe 3 minutes with 7g wasn’t enough? I definitely taste the honey notes, but the woody notes taste more like a ricola original cough drop, MINUS the menthol, to me. I can see this being a good “sore throat” tea.
Flavors: Flowers, Herbs, Honey, Medicinal
It reminds me very heavily of Haagen-Dazs’ green tea ice cream. In fact, it reminds me of having the same flavor of most MATCHA based drinks and baked goods. It is, however considerably sweeter than matcha, and that must be taken into account. A VERY short steep time is vest for this tea, I have found, with very mildly hotter water than is shown on the package.
Yet again, another stellar tea from what-cha.
Flavors: Butter, Cake, Grass, Sweet
Tastes like a tres leches cake. In a very good way. Creamy and luscious, with a nice caramelly overtone. While brewing, my mother-in-law asked if i had opened the bottle of vanilla! Nope, just this awesome tea.
Flavors: Caramel, Milk, Vanilla
I expected something more floral. To me it has a little bit of a cinnamon top note, followed by a buttery smooth taste, THEN followed by a hint of floral aftertaste, similar to a gardenia fower.
All in all, not what I was expecting from something called a “Flowery” oolong, but a good tea none the less.
Flavors: Butter, Cinnamon, Floral, Gardenias
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