tasty, reminds me of a green tea, smells almost cinnamon-y to me, tastes a bit bitter, but that might be my mistake.
“tasty, reminds me of a green tea, smells almost cinnamon-y to me, tastes a bit bitter, but that might be my mistake.” Read full tasting note
“Took this with me to class tonight (the liquid not the leaves). I am not a huge fan of oolongs, but I do crave them every now and then. I really wanted some green tea, but I am out of the good...” Read full tasting note
“Nice leaves, nice aroma. Very vegetal, tho slightly tempered.” Read full tasting note
Jade Oolong tea, made in China’s Anxi province on a small co-op farm, is a competition grade, lightly oxided oolong tea with a complex, orchid-like taste. This oolong tea has a distinctive silk mouth feel and a medium body. The perfect loose tea for multiple infusion as the flavor will become more nuanced with each steeping.
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Took this with me to class tonight (the liquid not the leaves). I am not a huge fan of oolongs, but I do crave them every now and then. I really wanted some green tea, but I am out of the good stuff and wasn’t about to settle for gunpowder.
Anyways, this tea had the typical oolong taste which I have yet to figure out how to put into words. It was on the greener side of things with the gentle grassy and smooth vegetal flavors. It was not bitter or astringent at all. The liquor was mostly yellow with a slight green tint to it. Overall I was pleased… it gave me something to do while lazily taking notes about American History in the 1800s.