Milky and sweet. Very different from the Silver Needle teas I’m used to, and the uniqueness is welcome. This is splendid. Absolutely worth every penny.
“Milky and sweet. Very different from the Silver Needle teas I'm used to, and the uniqueness is welcome. This is splendid. Absolutely worth every penny.” Read full tasting note
“Immediately apparent was the consistency of the dry leaves, with a nice pale golden hue on delightfully fuzzy, even needles of great length, a bit sinuous. The warm gaiwan full of leaves gave a...” Read full tasting note
“I enjoyed the light calming aroma as much as I did the fruity favorable taste of the tea. "Hints of" came to my mind as each sip conjured up different flavors. Delightful!” Read full tasting note
Kenya’s becoming the Tuscany of Tea. It has gorgeous Oolong flavor notes with a delicate, lingering flavory finish. It’s exceptionally rare to find tea with this flavor. This tea estate is pesticide and herbicide free. Pests can’t survive the high altitudes. Nitrogen is used as a natural fertilizer to boost yield and ensure continuous crop. The all natural farming methods produce tea of unsurpassed flavor and high antioxidant content.
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Immediately apparent was the consistency of the dry leaves, with a nice pale golden hue on delightfully fuzzy, even needles of great length, a bit sinuous. The warm gaiwan full of leaves gave a delightful fresh glow of jack fruit, almonds, palomino fino jerez and nips of banana. Again, the aroma was strongest in the first wet leaves, but it was very pleasurable. Flavors opened bright and strong with pulled white sugars, light green olive, and bits of cooked yellow plum. Mostly white sugar, though. Fresh and clean, extra-light and super-bright. A really thirst-quenching summer tea. It leaves me with a dry grass and hot savanna summer feeling.
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