So, this was pretty much the only tea that I bought at the Victoria Tea Festival. It’s just that good.
The best rendition of a milky-esque oolong I’ve had to date. The first steep is a little on the floral side, with a touch of cream.
Second steep, the creaminess comes out a bit more, but the floral undertones hold on.
Third steep, the floralness is waning while the creaminess gets fuller. Note that the creaminess isn’t heavy at all. Very dainty and sweet.
Fourth steep is soft and buttery. Soothing and wholesome.
This alone was worth paying admission.