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Yummy, very tastey tea :)
It has very bold almost white tea flavor to me that develops more into young raw puerh flavors after a few steepings with a slight spicy almost peppery bite to it while still remaining slightly sweet and vegetal.
See my blog post here with photos :)
I’m not really big on flowery teas or Jasmine teas either Unless I add it to the tea myself, I find that most of them have either too much or too little jasmine but that’s not the case with this one.
This has a most wonderful jasmine scent when the leafe is dry and a nice earthy puerh scent with a touch of jasmine when steeped.
The flavor is just perfect, the Jasmine is prominent without being too much and masking the flavor of the tea itself.
I’ve had many jasmine green teas that just aren’t my thing and honestly usually a jasmine puerh isn’t either don’t get me wrong I think they are quite nice sometimes but chances are that I wouldn’t purchase one for myself, if i did purchase one it would most likely be this one tho and I would only drink it when I wanted something special or if I have had company to share it with.
I haven’t been able to add a tea to steepster with a photo in a while now, it just won’t work for me sorry :( Photos on my blog tho :)
This might just be THE perfect tea. I love the tastes, the aromas and especially the way it steeps. With the same timing your first few steeps are gonna be light wulong and then it will go darker and darker until you reach almost black tea color and taste. I love the way I can make this tea however I want. If I feel like I want it dark I just leave it in a while longer and it comes out perfectly.
This one tastes pretty good, I’m not really big on flowery teas myself tho
Super delicious, Super Smooth very dark with almost chocolaty type flavors, many steeps. This one starts like a really dark oolong a then it almost seems to turn into a super awesome delicious black tea. It reminds me of certian a darker oolong that I keep on hand, this one is out of stock on the site right now, I was going to get some more.
This is a really dark oolong/wulong(whatever it’s called) I enjoy these darker type oolong the best so this one is my kind of tea :)
A good tea, though I’m more fond of less oxidized oolongs. But you can really make a bunch of steeps – at least up to 10.
Great oolong tea. I can get 6-7 steeps out of it, no problem.
Very good chinese black tea, nothing more to say. But quite different from Indian black teas.
One of the best teas I’ve ever drunk. I’ve made 4 steeps, and every single one of them was fantastic.
It is said to be the best tea for the beginners. In my case it is perfect for sweet tooth. I cannot imagine any tea better for coming home after a walk in -10 degrees. For all freezing sweet tooth people out there, this is a little cup (a few of them) of perfection. <3
It is very flowery, and in my opinion would make a great ice tea.
My favourite one! It has this sweet fresh taste and with the notion of how good ginseng is, I drink it daily.
Just one of the best black teas. Nothing more to say. :)
After my first disappointment over this tea, I was contacted by the tea company and given new instructions. This time I was told I needed to double the amount of tea and drastically shorten the time to 30 sec for the first steep (actually second, first one needed to be rejected after 5 sec as they say).
I must say I’m quite surprised what I got from it – this is a COMPLETELY different tea, a completely different experience. What I’m drinking right now is quite honestly one of the best black teas I’ve ever tasted.
The best oolong I’ve ever had…have to experiment with the steep time but what I got from the 2nd steep (1st one rejected after 5sec as instructed by the tea company) blew me away. Never expected to like any non-black tea so much.