4 Tasting Notes


I adore this tea. I love to drink oolong tea in the evenings after a long day at work, and I love this oolong as much as I love Wuyi oolong. It has a great full mouth-feel and a nice earthy, sweet, and slightly floral taste. After the first tasting, I ordered more and stocked up since it’s a limited edition.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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I have one thing to say about this tea: Wow. I have the vegan version and as soon as I opened the package my mouth started watering from the sweet marshmallow scent. After steeping it, I must say it is super delicious. It’s naturally sweet and really smooth. I love it! 52teas should add this to the permanent collection.

150 °F / 65 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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The first time I tried this, I must have done something wrong… The was overloaded by the combination of flavors and it just made me ill. I had tried it hot and really could not bring myself to do so again.

On my second try, I made iced tea. I brewed the leaves at double-strength and then poured the tea over ice. This was much better. I got a lot nice sweet balance between the coconut and pineapple flavors and the green tea. So, this isn’t my favorite tea, but it’s fairly refreshing iced.

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Let me first state that it had been a while since I’d last had masala chai. Eventually, I’d like to start making my own chai blend, and when I do, I want it to taste just like this.

The problem with other masala chai blends that I have had is that they lose some of their power and flavor when combined with milk. I love that with this blend I could add a little milk and honey and still have my spice too.

I ordered more pouches! I’m in love with this tea. Cheers, Frank!

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Hey, I’m an English teacher in South Korea, and I love tea.


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