A decent tasting Oolong. Hints of smoke and a lovely fruit flavor that hits about mid-sip. A nice Oolong to enjoy with dinner!
“A decent tasting Oolong. Hints of smoke and a lovely fruit flavor that hits about mid-sip. A nice Oolong to enjoy with dinner!” Read full tasting note
“Wanted to add more here: the flavor certainly is more like a bitter black tea than an oolong. I couldn't guess it was an oolong if it were a blind taste test. The steep color is an amber red. On...” Read full tasting note
“This is a nice tasting oolong for a bagged oolong! Woodsy and slightly smoky. Not bad at all! ” Read full tasting note
“Tasted more like an assam than an oolong to me, still quite nice. Medium bodied, pleasant flavor. It's a more oxidized oolong but not too heavily so, and with a bit of roastiness. Good quality...” Read full tasting note
Savor the delicious complexity of this sophisticated oolong. After plucking, the leaves are lightly bruised and briefly oxidized to create a tea with a balance and harmony all its own. A gentle earthiness with hints of smoke, a lingering finish and a delightful aroma make this a remarkably enticing and enriching cup.
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OolongRare Tea Company
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Wanted to add more here: the flavor certainly is more like a bitter black tea than an oolong. I couldn’t guess it was an oolong if it were a blind taste test. The steep color is an amber red. On my new scale of oolong flavor strength, 1 being the lightest and most floral, 5 being the strongest flavor, this one is a 5!
This is my favorite tea available at the market. It’s perfect. I have it at all times of day including before bed and it’s the best tea. It’s light — it’s sort of smokey and definitely fruity, but there is also a nutty/buttery sort of taste/and feel to the tea. Unlike some other oolongs I have – you need to watch the steep time. With Choice oolong I leave the tea bag in the entire time I drink the tea and it never gets bitter. To me it only taste even better. This is really a great tea. Try Bigelow’s Chinese Oolong and then try Choice oolong if you are looking to really compare and contrast oolong tea. Definitely buy this.