I recently made an order from What-Cha to try out their rose and Earl Grey oolongs, and he threw in a sample of this tea. I was curious about it, so I am glad to be able to try it!

As soon as the water hit the leaves I smelled very distinct sticky rice aromas. The combination of the butteriness and creaminess from the Jin Xuan oolong and the rice flavors reminds me of a sticky rice made with sweetened condensed milk. Rich, tasty, with a hint of that green oolong in the background just to remind you of what you are drinking. I really like this one! May be tempted to get a quantity on a future order.

Flavors: Butter, Cream, Rice

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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I am tea obsessed, with the stash to match. I tend to really enjoy green oolongs, Chinese blacks, and flavored teas with high quality bases, especially florals, bergamot-based teas, and chocolate teas.

In my free time I am a birder, baker, and music/movie/tv addict.

Here are my rating categories, FYI:
100-90: Mind-blowingly good, just right for my palate, and teas that just take me to a happy place.
89-86: I really really like these teas and will keep most of them in the permanent collection, but they’re not quite as spectacular as the top category
85-80: Pretty tasty teas that I enjoy well enough, but definitely won’t rebuy when I run out.
79-70: Teas that I would probably drink again, but only if there were no preferrable options.
69-50: Teas that I don’t really enjoy all that much and wouldn’t drink another cup of.
49 and below: Mega yuck. This tea is just disgusting to me.
Unrated: Usually I feel unqualified to rate these teas because they are types of teas that I tend to not like in general. Sometimes user error or tea brewed under poor conditions.


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