This was pleasantly surprising! I really enjoyed the flavor of this tea: flowery and citrusy. It tastes slightly less chemical than the other mighty leaf teas I’ve had, but it still kind of artificial.
“This one really hit its stride around steep 4 for me today. I used more leaf than usual (1tsp/4oz) and shorter steep times (1-3 minutes), trying to treat it like the green/oolong blend it is. I get...” Read full tasting note
“This is one that had been on my shopping list for a while, so I finally broke down and placed an order. This is an enchanting Oolong tea. The dry leaf smells very floral. I can taste the...” Read full tasting note
“I decided to switch over to this - I think I was in the mood for something girly. I haven't had this tea in a while and I can't quite place the blend of flavors, vanilla, flowery, lavender...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks LiberTEAS Fruity, floral, spice but just a tad and blends with the others well! Smells unique and enchanting, is right!!!! neat blend! Nice flavor!” Read full tasting note
An oolong tea blend from China, Bleu Peacock oolong tea with its subtle and sweet spices, inspires tranquility as notes of citrus tease the palate. This elegant and confident oolong tea will surprise and soothe.
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I got this tea in a trade and was really curious. It’s a very green oolong, with a truly unique flavor. I can’t say I like it in large doses, and I couldn’t stand it cold, but it’s definitely worth trying. It brews up pale yellow and tastes… “purple”. It’s hard to describe, really. There’s a vegetal oolong taste, but mostly… it just tastes purple. The tea itself is lovely to look at, however… lots of green, blue, and yellow.