I’m about half way through my Harney’s. It’s a good solid Oolong. The first steep is always a bit nutty for me, but the second is really good.
Da Hong Pao
An exquisite example of the more traditional, darker style oolong. After the leaves are harvested, they are twisted and allowed to oxidize much longer. The darker tea tastes of more heavily cooked sugars and fruits like molasses and roasted peaches. This Da Hong Pao retains a vibrant fruit flavor through the smokey tastes of charcoal firing.