The leaves of this tea are thin and twisty, colored light and dark brown. The smell is fruity, maybe even a little earthy. The brew is a beautiful amber color. The taste overall is just very fresh. It’s a little mineral, floral, with a slight grape note (that could be the power of suggestion since it’s called champagne oolong). It actually tastes a lot like a black tea for an oolong and even has a slight astringency to it. I’d say it’s a black tea cross dressing as an oolong.
Flavors: Astringent, Floral, Mineral