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Smokey but not undrinkable! Maybe a tad stronger than BTP’s Lapsang.
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Wow… that is good.
It’s called a “oolong pu-erh blend”, but really it’s just a black floral. No pu-erh-like fermentation was noticeable. Maybe they thought Americans couldn’t handle pu-erh.
A mostly golden Yunnan. Plenty of flavor, but probably not the best I’ve ever had.
Pretty decent for a black. Pleasant, mildly fermented.
Meh. It’s not bad.
Sold at $80/lb. Smells, looks and tastes incredible. Royal Gold actually invokes the image of being in Yunnan province. Scores 9 out of 10 in my book only because it’s not organic.
A well-bodied traditional Yunnan. The missing 4th tradition after ceylon, darjeeling and assam.
Library rookie, interested in Yuri, tea, LGBT, photography, et al.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States