The taste is mellow and warm, reminiscent of White Bud Yin Zhen, but lacking its subtlety.
17 Tasting Notes
A great balance between floral aromas and warm toastiness without bitterness.
An energizing herbal tea that’s great for a cold.
I’m usually not a fan of black teas but this one was definitely worth tasting thanks to its fruity freshness.
This mint tea tastes extremely refreshing both hot and iced, but avoids tasting artificial.
The taste is soft and delicate, but rounded to the point that it lacks character. Not a particularly memorable tea.
A soothing, rounded taste which is indeed “reminiscent of summer” as the description claims. One of my current favorites.
A rounded and delicate floral aroma. Requires some care to avoid burning the taste.
A decent green tea that does not particularly stand out.
The typical toasted floral aroma of the oolong tea gets covered by a creamy vanilla softness. Nice for a change, but not a standing favorite.
A very delicate tea in terms of taste and handling. Has a slight fruity aroma, reminiscent of honey melon. In my opinion overrated.
A slightly toasty taste that covers most of the fruitiness. Fairly cheap, though.
The toasty taste somewhat covers the floral aromatics, which do, however, appear as a subtle aftertaste. Not too bad, but rather pricy.
Somewhat similar to Tie Guan Yin but with a more rounded and subtler flavor. A great buy for this price.
A full, earthy flavor, great for cold winter evenings.
A delicately floral oolong that tastes very refreshing and continues to carry taste even after 7-8 steepings.