Dry, this does have a bit of a strawberry scent to it. As a few others have noted, it doesn’t have a strong stawberry flavour once steeped. It smells and tastes more floral than strawberry to me. That could just be my tastebuds, though.
I didn’t add anything to my first cup. It was very drinkable, and I could definitely taste the oolong.
I added 1 tsp of cane sugar to the second cup. It was sweeter (of course), and maybe a touch fruitier in taste.
Overall, it was drinkable, but I think I’m just not a huge fan of fruity or floral teas. Give me a nutty tea anyday. Maple Pecan Oolong, here I come!
I’m giving this a slightly higher rating than I otherwise would, because I know that fans of fruity teas will likely love this one.