I thought a dark oolong chai would be interesting. I don’t see those often! This one isn’t bad, but I think there should be more flavor. There was a big almond slice in my infuser (I didn’t know almonds got that big.) Well, there isn’t much of a nutty flavor. And it doesn’t taste much like chai either, but I’ve found that usually if a chai is mixed with a base rather than just a mix of spices, the spiciness isn’t very strong. (With one exception being zentealife.com’s Energizing Chai that is mixed with pu-erh and yerba mate.) Looking in the infuser, the oolong leaves are both green and brown, so its like they mixed two kinds of oolong. That may be why the flavor is a little odd to me. There is a tanginess to it that I don’t love…I kind of expected a roasty oolong with nice complex flavors.
Oo Nutty Delight
A wonderfully blended tea that has a hint of sweetness, but it depends on its more earthy nutty type flavor to please the palate of tea drinkers who insist of quality and consistency. It is a rich bodied tea that has just the right amounts of cinnamon and cardamom with a swirl of almond flakes, all lightly dusted with the right essence to create a lingering but not an over bearing taste. Only the finest of organic oolong tea is good enough to act as the base for this fine mixture of ingredients that work nicely for any time of day or night.