58 Tasting Notes
Free Yezi tea sample.
Aroma is light and green; vegetal is too strong a descriptor, this is far more delicate… it’s also mildly sweet.
Taste is where this oolong shines, not only does it withstand a good few infusions, 4 before I found the taste to be too far removed from the first steep, but it also stays right with the aroma; something not enough teas manage. I’ll definitely be buying more of this
Picked up a tin of this, my first Harney & Son’s tin of tea, looking for something a little special for a nightly sip until Christmas.
After popping the top on the tin and taking in the aroma, all I can think of is a Terry’s Chocolate Orange… which I just so happen to love!
Sadly the taste falls short compared to the aroma, so I did the next best thing: a couple slices of a Terry’s Chocolate Orange served with this tea…. Christmas memories in the making!
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Orange
As a woodworker, hiker, and nature enthusiast, nothing this easily accessible, gets my senses going as pine does. These fresh dry needles strike a harmonious chord inside me, filling my cup with inspiration and delight. Perfect for rainy days and cool nights alike. I wouldn’t change a thing, Brenden. In fact, this blend has inspired me to wildcraft my own pine needles, using your methods to create my own green tea blends, as well as adding to soup stocks … good $4!T man.