3091 Tasting Notes
Everytime I drink this wonderful tea, I wonder, “how can a tea actually taste like this?”
Are they burying cacao nibs & toasted coconut in the soil around the tea plants? That might explain the wonderfully rich german chocolate cake complete with coconut frosting flavor.
Or maybe the soil where these plants are growing is just so perfect, & the person processing these leaves is just an amazing master of the art.
I’ll never know for sure, but the results is wonderful.
Another tea from Sil.
I think these are the first teas I’ve sampled from PureAroma teas.
I love the aroma of this tea, and I do sometimes enjoy some florals in my teas, so that should come as no surprise. Flavor wise, it’s ok & drinkable, but near the end of the cup there was a less pleasant soapiness to the aftertaste. :p
This is SO GOOD!
I could sit around drinking this forever.
It’s so very rich, with a chocolatey fruitiness that is YUM!
I haven’t been drinking much in the way of oolongs or puerhs, as my taste buds weren’t working, the water in florida sucks, & I wasn’t really feeling very good anyway.
Even though I’m still congested, I can taste & smell enough now to totally appreciate my more nuanced teas, such as this one.
I don’t yet have a favorite wuyi oolong, but there are several contenders here, & this is definitely one of them!