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Finishing off another tasty Taiwanese black tea sample this morning! This one is actually from Lishan, which is obviously famous for high-mountain oolongs. It’ll be interesting to see how those notes carry over in a black tea!
I can definitely see some similarities to a Lishan oolong. This has a lovely smooth creaminess to it, and the ubiquitous notes of nectarous peach. Happily for me, it’s not quite as floral as I generally find high-mountain oolongs, but there are some lovely light floral notes at the end of the sip. It also has some lower raisiny tones, and another fruity note that reminds me of overripe grapes. The bread and honey that I often find in Taiwanese black teas are there as well, rounding out the middle, as well as a hint of musty hay at the top of my mouth.
Super yummy! I like the extra creamy and peachy flavors here, and it’s definitely on the light end of things.
Flavors: Baked Bread, Creamy, Floral, Grapes, Hay, Honey, Honeysuckle, Milk, Musty, Nectar, Peach, Raisins, Smooth, Sweet