A clean tasting oolong blend with peach, apricot and slight ginger aroma. Had it at PF Changs. Went pretty well with Chinese food. Normally fruit flavored tea taste or smells harsh, but this one had enjoyable peach/apricot aroma. Satisfactory.
“was looking for moderate body, low caffeine, and no overpowering sweetness in my tea this afternoon. Found it in this blend from a Revolution sampler pack (bagged). Not sure how or why it smelled...” Read full tasting note
“This was a much needed boost to start a very long day that is not yet over. It was also the first time I used my new mighty leaf to go mug. This tea was quite delicous! It smelled very inviting and...” Read full tasting note
“I’m generally skeptical when it comes to bagged tea, especially when it comes to bagged Oolong. Oolong usually expands more when it brews than other tea types, and it needs adequate room to...” Read full tasting note
“Call me crazy…but…I really like this bagged tea… CRAZY! Anyhow…It’s a nicely flavored Peachy/Apricoty Oolong in a bag! It’s tasty,...” Read full tasting note
Somewhere between a green and black tea, Dragon Eye Oolong begins with the finest quality Oolong tea available. This smooth, well-rounded elixir blends smoky Chinese oolong with safflower, peach and apricots.
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Sorry to disappoint Ost, but I do not hate this tea at all. It’s really good! If I had any criticism it would be that I need more oolong taste from it. I also probably used too much water for the size of the sachet. However the peachy apricot goodness that shows up and lingers at the end of the sip is very pleasant and also subtle in a good way. Thanks Ost!
Flavors: Apricot, Peach
This fine oolong has a medium body with a cleansing finish. The peach and apricot in the blend provide a nice fruitiness to the tea, but it’s hard to pinpoint that is peach and apricot without reading the tea box. It’s mysterious in a way and I quite enjoy that. The safflower boosts the fruitiness while confusing the palate I think. Overall, I enjoyed this oolong and recommend it to whomever wants a soothingly original tea.
Preparation: steeped for 4 min. at 205 degrees.