Excellent… Nice, floral, but not overly… Sweet. This one just moved up to #1!
“Excellent… Nice, floral, but not overly… Sweet. This one just moved up to #1!” Read full tasting note
“Made this in my sorapot today. I rinsed the leaves for about 20-30 secs this time around and steeped for 4 minutes after that. I like the way it turned out.” Read full tasting note
“A lovely light, flowery taste and a very refreshing tea, it is not as challenging as some other oolongs which need more attention to be enjoyed, so it is my perfect all-day, ‘everyday’...” Read full tasting note
“Nice light tea that stays in your mouth for a long time. Very relaxing in the morning. I can get 2-3 brewings from it and like to have the water about 200 degrees F.” Read full tasting note
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The leaves are small and are mostly formed into small bundled balls wrapped around themselves. You put your nose in the bag and are hit with a deep earthy, grassy scent. The liquor is a very light golden color and smells smoky with a hint of nuttiness. Its got a little bit of a bite, but pretty tame and enjoyable. Finishes off with the smoky tones that linger keeping the nice taste in your mouth. If you’re looking to get this tea…ask Jack :)