87 Tasting Notes
Historically, I don’t get on well with China black teas. Imagine my shock when I discovered that I find everything about this one superb! The taste and aroma evoke nothing so much as the finest quality milk chocolate I’ve ever tasted, and it’s best enjoyed without any sweetener so as to pick up the subtlety of its scent and flavor.
This tea has a delicate, sweet, unique flavor; I find that it doesn’t even need sugar or honey (unless my sweet tooth is really acting up). It has all of the best characteristics of both sencha and Ceylon, although I’m not sure exactly what type of black tea is used in this blend. My guess is Ceylon. I can’t seem to find any details!