328 Tasting Notes
My first milk oolong and one of my favorites. A subtle taste of sweetened condensed milk matched w/creamy oolong. I have heard about some milk oolongs that are adulterated. I have no clue if this one is – hard to believe that this is natural? But regardless, a great tea.
This tasted like Tang with a background note of earthiness from the Pu’erh. Argh….
This is not bitter or harsh like some mints. And the oolong provides a creamy background. Like Laura said in her note, like the creamy center of a peppermint patty. And this is naturally sweet. No sugar for this one.
Loving this tea and I am about out and need to re-order ….this tea is creamy and chocolatey and can’t get better than this and one of my favorite chocolate teas…
This is a toasty coconutty goodness. Quite nice. I can understand why this was one of the top rated teas on Steepster a few months ago. The coconut flavor is natural and sweet tasting-the black tea base is not astringent.
This is very nice. Sort of a rich, syrupy tasting golden monkey (and both are made in the Fuijian region). I am not sure if I picked out any cocoa notes, but more like a deep malty flavor. This is very nice. The best part? This is a strong tasting tea similar to an Assam but no sugar/milk needed. This is a perfect cup – for a first drink in the morning.
This one is just odd tasting. For some reason, the strawberry flavor is not coming thru to me. I can’t taste any chocolate. I am just getting an icky sweet taste. But I am the oddball out as the other reviewers liked this tea…
Sweet! Sweet! Sweet! W a hint, just a hint of caramel…smooth and creamy. W milk and sugar, a delightful dessert tea. Thanks to French Vanilla for this sample.
Have to agree w others reviews. This is like infusing trail mix. Got this one as a free sample -likely won’t reorder it. Tasted of a mild banana flavored tisane. But if you like bananas give it a try…