This oolong has a nice milky smell. I don’t know how they got the smell though. The sales rep told me the farmers left the leafs over the winter so they collect the moisture. Does it explain the taste? I don’t know. Maybe I will dig into it.
I steeped the tea twice. Fist time at 6 min and second time at 7 min. The taste was still good at the second steep. I have to say I don’t like the milky part after the second steep. It somehow feels…too creamy for my taste. If you are like the traditional taste of oolong. This tea may not suite you. However, it can be a nice change.