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drank Milk Oolong by Dragon Tea House
22 tasting notes

The tightly-rolled leaves have a sweet aroma somewhere between vanilla and taffy – you’d almost think that this was some kind of dessert tea. After steeping for four or so minutes, the candy aroma remains in the wet leaves, which are are mostly half-broken. The color of the liquid is a light greenish yellow, and the flavor delicate – but still has restrained taffy flavor. The leaves are so tightly rolled that it’s easy to overestimate the leaves required for a full steeping, but the tea remains somewhat sweet and one-dimensional.

It’s hard to tell if this is one of the “artificially flavored” milk oolongs, but the taste of this batch is unappealing to me.

Preparation
4 min, 30 sec
AC VK

I just got this tea from dragon tea house and the taffy/toffee creamy flavor is too predominant to be natural ! I have shown this to a tea master near my place and for her it’s undoubtedly artificially flavored which is becoming more and more a fashioned. It is indeed difficult to judge the quality if tea and leaves when it has been artificially flavor added.

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AC VK

I just got this tea from dragon tea house and the taffy/toffee creamy flavor is too predominant to be natural ! I have shown this to a tea master near my place and for her it’s undoubtedly artificially flavored which is becoming more and more a fashioned. It is indeed difficult to judge the quality if tea and leaves when it has been artificially flavor added.

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