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  • “This is my first chance to drink a green tea from Taiwan. On top of that, I do not have a lot of experience with green teas. So I won't know how this stands up against other great green...” Read full tasting note
    DMTea 312 tasting notes

From Camellia Sinensis

Origin: Hualien, Taiwan

Beautiful large twisted leaves make up this dark green tea from the east coast of Taiwan. The infusion offers generous aromas of cooked vegetables (carrot) and flowers. Its golden liquor is viscous, light and sweet with nuances of molasses and warm honey. Very similar to the Taiwanese speciality (wulong), this green tea has a long fruity persistence worthy of the great teas of the island.

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312 tasting notes

This is my first chance to drink a green tea from Taiwan. On top of that, I do not have a lot of experience with green teas. So I won’t know how this stands up against other great green teas.
Anyway ,onto the tasting notes:

First through third steeps had a very consistent flavour. It was a light, smooth and velvety, sweet, buttery, floral, and vegetal.
What caught my attention the most were the sweet and velvety characteristics. And the floral aroma helps bring it all together nicely. It wasn’t just a satisfying cup, it was an interesting experience in each sip.

Overall, not a favorite but it didn’t disappoint me. I still prefer drinking oolong from Taiwan, but I wouldn’t mind trying more green tea from Taiwan in the future.

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