596 Tasting Notes
Still delicious. These tightly-rolled leaves take awhile to open, prolonging the joy.
I think I like magnolia blossoms. In any case, this is a lovely, sweet, crisp oolong with a stunning floral flavor. Most tasty.
Even better than I remember. Very intense flavor.
I hadn’t tried this in awhile, but glad I thought to pull it out of my cupboard. This is an amazing oolong, particularly for Fall. Somewhat vegetal on the palate, but then blooms into a sweet floral finish that is absolutely wonderful. Green, clean, delicious.
Very light, green, and sprightly. Do not oversteep. This stuff is strong and will become bitter and disagreeable.
Smoky,powerful Keemun. Good for multiple infusions. Fine with breakfast, but I think it is best on its own. Wonderful.
Hrm. Fairly intense Darjeeling. I need to work with it more.
A nice, neutral, light Assam. Not overpowering or bitter. Doesn’t need milk or sugar, and just the thing for the first cup of the day.
Meh. I find this tea to be bland and uninteresting.
Hrm. I’m really not a first flush Darjeeling girl. Will work with this a bit.