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For me this tea was not as exciting as the Orchid Green Tea from the same brand. Granted, the leaves (green tea, cornflower, marigold and bits of rose petals) are high quality and they’re very pretty to look at whether dry or steeped. However, I felt like the fragrance was a little too all over the place. It smells like a mixture of bunch of flowers and fruits that I can’t pinpoint which sort of note, and to my taste it didn’t go well with green tea leaves. Somebody titled this “Korean Wedding Green Tea” but this is just a Wedding green tea blend and the flower petals used in this blend are not traditionally Korean culinary ingredients.
One of my top favorite green teas. I have a cup in front of me right now! The tea is so beautifully fragrant, the scent of orchid and green tea goes so well together. When it brews, you can see that the leaves are high quality. As for the color, it’s quite bright green for a green tea. The dry leaves, a mixture of marigold petals and green tea leaves, are very pretty to look at. I love this as a morning tea,to have it with desserts, or to enjoy alone as it is. The only problem is it’s quite pricey and hard to come by.
The moment I opened the package, a strong scent of fruity grape overcomes me. It took me awhile to identify the scent.. is it some berry scent? or is it pomegranate? After a moment i concluded it’s a grape scent, but strange thing was, grape was not a part of this tea! I was not expecting such a sweet fruity scent but since I generally enjoy fruit infusion tea, I really liked it. When dry it’s a light brown tea leaves with strands of cornflowers inside a triangle tea bag. When I brew it, the fruity grape scent remains just as intense and it filled the whole room with it’s beautiful fragrance. In my humble opinion, it’s not possible to over-brew this tea.. even if i soaked it in the teacup for a prolonged period, the darkest it gets is a light golden brew…
This is not a sweeten tea, but when I drink it, i felt there was a subtle hint of sweetness (most likely from its scent) with a touch of dry mouthfeel from the green tea. Very unique and enjoyable blend. Highly recommended!
Can’t find a description of this one; could be on their website, but since my knowledge of Korean is nonexistent…
Dry, it looks like a party and smells like fruit punch. Decently long green leaves with calendula and cornflowers and pink things and fruit bits and other happy things.
No directions; gave it a three minute steep at a just-cool-enough-to-do-green temperature, and ohhh! Sweet fruitiness. Candy. Been a long time since the last one that made my eyes roll back in my head due to its sheer decadence.
This one was, literally, buried treasure. Had been in the basket for two years, unopened. But due to decent packaging (foil pouch inside fancy cardboard “tin” inside cellophane) it retained first-day fresh quality…or if had lost quality, wowie kazowie, it must be beyond superlative when it’s new.
First experience with O’Sulloc anything; they appear to operate without many U.S. outlets. Further research pending. This is too good to drink once and let go.
So around Christmas I was mentioning(on the discussion boards) that my brother had picked up two containers of tea for me as a gift…the only thing is I couldn’t decipher what kind of tea it was. Well one day I decided to do some detective work. If it’s tea and loose leaf it deserves a shot. After matching up the characters on the box from the companies website I found that it is the Jaksul Dukgum. I really like this tea. Being that it is a Korean green the nuttiness is great. It almost has an oolong flavor. Very light. A great find from my brother in the Asian market in Ann Arbor.
Pure green tea blend. Refined, smooth, clean and refreshing. The best among the 100% green tea blends I had.
This is gorgeous and light. The black is faint and the mango has just enough natural, general flavor to make it feel like a splendid treat to oneself. Definitely one I’d recommend.
Drinking this right now, as my first test for it. This scent of this one is heavenly. Both the tea bag before steeping, and the water in the pot/cup during and after steeping. The flavor is full and robust, the edge of cocoa drizzles over everything, especially in the last few seconds of a swallow. I could drink a lot of this one.
A very nice change up on floral greens, they variety pack had one with fruit and green. This one is really nice. The fruit is sweet, without being aggressive or syrupy, and without detracting from the mild, smooth green at the bottom. The combination makes it something fabulous. I’m so glad I had a whole box of this one.
This one is pretty much as it reads on the label. It’s very mild green. Good for slow, calm mornings, but not impressive enough to need restocking.
This was such a yummy tea as this morning’s cuppa. The green tea is smooth, while the mint is positively popping. I have it with half cold and half boiling water, in a container that keeps the temperature unchanged, so I can drink it start when I teach and running through the first few hours. I loved this one quite a bit. I’m sad I didn’t buy more while at the tea field.
This one was definitely interesting. I won’t say favorite or even one I’d necessarily need more of, but it was a unique experience. The flavor, every time I took a sip, left me with the feeling of having just eaten flower heads or petals.
This one was so dark and heavy and sharp it reminded me of all the things I really don’t like about coffee. Definitely a pass. I’ve donated off my remaining bags to the coworkers I donate all my coffeee gifts, too.