this has been my evening tea for about two weeks now. it is true to its name and has milkiness to it that is nearly sweet often making sugar unnecessary altogether, though i like the sweetness still.

it can get bitter easily if steeped too long, so don’t do that.

it really doesn’t seem oolong-y at all, more like a green tea almost. i guess that’s why they call it a green oolong? it’s very light, which is why i like it for the evening, though with the cold we are having right now, i might have to turn to the vanilla almond tonight for some depth.

the milk oolong is enjoyable and well met with milk chocolate. pleasing to the nose as well as the mouth.

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Out of the sun’s way, hidden apart;
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Under the roses I hid my heart.

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To sleep for a season and hear no word
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