Not bad stuff…though I have had it in the cupboard for at least a few months and not sure what I paid for it. Has a typical Rock Oolong taste, toasted, light brown liquor with a pleasing scent almost like a darjeeling. I could drink this daily, but first will have to research what I paid for it. Has a slightly smokey, buttery finish. Rock Oolongs are not my favorite tea, but this one is a personal favorite.
Iron Arhat Oolong Tea (Wuyi Tie Luo Han Wu Long)
Thick, glycerous, tongue-coating flavours of understated richness. The flavour repertoire includes burnt almond, minerals, apricot leaf and sandalwood. The aftertaste is firmly structured, yet camouflaged by the tea’s enveloping textural richness. Finishing perfumes hint at the tea’s fresh, sappy, tea-garden origins.