4 Tasting Notes
This is actually an oolong-green tea blend with ginseng infusion. The ginseng adds an interesting note, but isn’t too strong so as to mask the underlying aroma of the leaves. Aftertaste is lingering and pleasant, particularly if you like ginseng. This isn’t my favorite ever, but I love to break it out every once in a while to throw my taste buds a curve ball.
This is an excellent introductory Puerh, with all of the earthiness, wood, and smoke that you’d expect but still quite smooth and easy to drink.
An easy Puerh to start with if you’re unfamiliar with Puerhs, especially if you typically like fruit-infused teas. The first steeping can be strong, but subsequent pots will get smoother and more subtle.
This is my favorite “every day” tea. I find that it’s very forgiving to water temperature and sloppy steeping, making it great for work and on-the-go consumption. The sweetness of the lychee is very subtle but very pleasant. Makes a fantastic iced tea.