2973 Tasting Notes
Glad I found a few of my other milk oolongs to keep me from buying more. This one’s pretty good, but I seem to more or less like them all equally. Great milkiness/creaminess, and lingering oolong flavour. Perfect in my travel mug en route to a friend’s wedding yesterday!
Sipdown! 986. I hadn’t even remembered that I had some of this left, so it was a lovely surprise when I was tea-organizing the other day to have come across some :D Still a big fan – there’s some flavouring in here that reminds me of Butiki’s Red Queen Cupcake, although of course there’s no strawberry, and the base here is perhaps a bit more forgiving (RQ has gone bitter on me a couple times when I’ve oversteeped). Therefore, I think it’s the espresso-esque flavouring that I’m gauging as similar. Anyhow, this + Divine Temptation are definite rebuys, especially since I never actually mixed the two together! Anyhow, a fond farewell for this amazingly rich, decadent, malty tea.
Sipdown! 987. Finished off the last of my older bag of this tonight. So good. This is how a flavoured green should be – full of spot-on flavour (ok, it’s not eggnog, it’s creamy deliciousness, close enough for me), no astringency, and a delicious base tea that complements the flavourings. Perfection.
Sipdown! 989. Honestly had forgotten that I drank this a few weeks ago, but enjoyed it just as much today as previously. Nice creamy lime with a reasonably gentle black base. Not getting the bitterness that people have described, but that’s likely because it’s a bit on the old side. Anyhow, a solid tea if this is the flavour you want. If I wasn’t so tea overloaded, it might be a nice change to have in my cupboard when I want a flavoured black, but something brighter and less caramel/chocolate.