10 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Creamy and buttery. Just as vegetal as a green oolong should be without being over powering. There is even a hint of sweet/fruit
Liqour: Light and creamy
Flavour: Bright and tangy with that great vegetal taste of a green oolong. Not overly roasted but just enough to make it an oolong.
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So I finished my sample today. This tea is one of the smoothest green teas I have drank to date. I will definately be reordering this as soon as it comes back in stock.
Dry Leaf Nose: Minty with a hint of fruit, smokey and vegetal (herbal)
Liquor: Golden yellow
Flavour: Vegetal (herbal), Minty, Strong, Jagged “mouthfeel”, slightly dry at the end
Please Note: This review was done by my sister.
Second Note: 10 sec. wash was done
Dry Leaf Nose: Alfalfa
Liquor: Pale Yellow-Green
Flavour: Creamy, grassy, slightly tart, and dry.
Dry Leaf Nose: Fruity with a scent of vegetable
Liqour: Very light yellow-green
Flavour: Buttery and smooth with a dry finish. Slight vegetal taste.
Dry Leaf Nose: Vegetal with slight floral notes
Liqour: A light Green-Yellow color
Flavour: Slightly grassy with an ending dryness. Also there is a slight tang present.
Please Note: A quick rinse was done on the leaves.
Dry Leaf Nose: Slightly grassy with a bright citrus note.
Liquor:Light green with orange tint
Flavour: At first the citrus is super bright. As the sipping continues, the citrus mellows out and becomes enjoyable. The tea is very smooth and not overly grassy like some green teas. I don’t usually like citron heavy teas but this one is a keeper.
Dry Leaf Nose: Smokey, strong scent of peach (like peach rings candy)
Liquor: Very Light caramel color
Flavour: Sweet and smokey. Faint taste of peach but only at the end. Can definitely tell it is a darker oolong.