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good taste! I love it…
The last cup was the best – I do believe! I upped the rating! Quite smooth and tasty! See my other notes!
This is a nice Oolong tea. A light buttery taste, roasted nut flavor in the background, and a fruit flavor (pineapple-esque) flavor in the foreground. A pleasantly sweet tea with a tartness that hits the palate just before the finish. No astringency.
A lovely Oolong!
Better than I remember! Upping the rating a bit! YUM!
I want to thank MandyB for this one!
This almost looks like a green and as it cools sort of tastes like a green but a sweeter green! This is very clean and fairly sweet. I can understand the pineapple notes the product description mentioned. There isn’t anything wrong with this tea in my book!
1st cuppa the day! Pretty much the same ‘findings’ as previous review…
A little bitter but a bit sweet…still yummy…
Another MandyB Tea! Thanks again! You totally made my day yesterday!!! I have been looking online for this tea and am having a hard time finding info on it…maybe they are no longer carrying it!? Not sure…
BUT…I am enjoying it just fine! It’s light brown in color and a little bitter but in a good way! Pretty bold. Perfect way to start the day!
Another MandyB Tea!~
The ‘leaves’ are really-really-really thin.
The infused liquid is quite murky and it smells like moss or wet grass of sorts.
The taste is strong and earthy almost along the same thoughts of a gun powder type taste. This is pretty good if you are looking for a powerful green!
I received an AWESOME package from MandyB today! Thanks Mandy! This is the first one I am trying…and enjoying it. It’s earthy yet semi-juicy. It’s masculine – yet a little feminine. It’s Bold but not too bold. Pretty good, indeed!
Wow – this was supremely smoky and I couldn’t take but a few sips. To be fair, I’m sick right now, so that may explain my aversion. (Stuffed up nose + smoky fire wood = Sad panda) Not sure if I’d try another Lapsang Souchong… Who knows. I really thought I’d like this one.
backlogging…hellish day…no time for a review…sorry…see previous posts…but it is yummy
Pretty much tastes like a floral oolong or even a floral white tea for the 2nd infusion.
Dry Leaf: Smells like Flowers and Pop Corn
Wet Leaf: Floral and Vegetal
Liquid: Looks like a green on the verge of white tea color-wise, smells like flowers
Taste: light and fluffy. Floral and semi-sweet.
Would be good for multiple infusions. I will be trying that today. This is a delightful tea.
Backlog: Love this tea! It’s so unique and tastes delicious. Whenever I want “green”, I get some of this. Read my review: http://mandybee.wordpress.com/2009/01/16/kokeicha-from-tantalizing-tea/
Not sure of the taste, maybe a little buttery? Kind of a light carmel flavor with BUTTERSCOTCH. Light butterscotch, definitely… wait, isn’t that was carmel and butter IS?
6/10, not great but not bad either.
I really love this tea! It’s now one of my favorites. It’s a light oolong tea with lovely nutty flavors.
Yum! Having this with some honey. Really good go-to tea.
The floral notes in this tea are perfectly balanced and not overpowering like many floral teas can be.
There are little chocolate chips in this blend, along with marigold petals and apricot flavoring. This tea seems to get bitter really fast. Boiling water + 1 minute and it’s got a bite. I’ll have to try a lower temperature.
Add milk and honey and this is a real treat. It calms the bitterness and brings out the sweetness of the tea.