Coconut Cabana

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 7 oz / 206 ml

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A decadent dessert tea, to be sipped and savored. This milk oolong has a smooth yet fruity and creamy taste. It’s blended with shaved coconut to create a delicate and calming experience in aroma and flavor. It gained a large fanbase under its former name, Coconut Milky Oolong. If you love coconut milk sweets and sophisticated oolongs, this is your tea. Discover this guiltless dessert – simply extraordinary!

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2185 tasting notes

When I saw this tea on the site I new I had to try it. Getting a sample of this was really the catalyst for the order. The anticipation was also the reason I wanted Golden Moon’s Coconut Pouchong and/or a milk oolong the other day. And even though my tasting conditions aren’t optimal with a slightly stuffy nose (but still with my sense of smell!), I can’t wait to try it.

The dry tea smells oh so sweet and coconutty, and it’s hard to tell where the creamy coconut ends and the creamy milk oolong begins. There are long strands of coconut mixed in with dark green rolled oolong leaves. After steeping the tea smells more like the slightly fruity, creamy smell of a milk oolong. The coconut is there, but kind of melding with the creamy scent.

The taste is fruitier than I expected; it’s slightly peachy with a background of vegetal oolong. It’s nutty and a bit creamy, but not as creamy as I might have expected. Also I think I should drop the steep time to 2 minutes. It’s definitely very tasty, and I think I’m missing some of the subtleties due to my sickness. I’m going to hold off rating it until I can do a proper tasting, but it’s looking good so far.

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I think i would like this too!




Coconut is one of my favs.


Ooomama this looks goood!

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4846 tasting notes

This is so so so good! It has exceeded every expectation I had of it. I expected great things with the combination of coconut and milk Oolong, but, I did not expect it to taste this amazing. It is sweet, and creamy, coconut-y but not so much that it overwhelms the delicious notes of the milk Oolong. There is a delicateness about it, but yet it is still so luscious and creamy.

this is one that you really just HAVE to taste to believe.


Added a sample to my growing cart! Can’t wait till I can place this order!


I’ll send you some of this in the next box I send you, if you want!


Wooo hooo yes please – thank you!!!

Terri HarpLady

I also ordered a sample of that in my lastest teaspot order (due to arrive any day). Had to leave something for next time!


Wow what a combo! I want this so badly – adding it to my Teaspot list :D

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6770 tasting notes

If anyone has a bunch of Tea Spot Teas in their stash and would be willing to swap – let me know!

It’s been a while since I have had a good coconut oolong!

This smells very nice! Crisp oolong, clean, sweet-coconut, milky and creamy!

Now for the taste…

The flavor is pretty involved! It’s coconut and nutty – much like an almond joy (minus the chocolate, that is). It has a slightly-sour milky taste…a lot like coconut milk in a can! This does taste fruitier than I expected but I really can’t put my finger on what type of fruit flavor I am picking up, specifically, other than the coconut notes, of course.

This is pretty fantastic! The more I drink the more I am loving it!


I do but I just got -um. You’d have to wait till I finish but they’d be fresh.


:) Bonnie – I’m setting up my swaps for next month and the month after that, too! If you ever want to – let me know :) No rush tho!!! :) teahee

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807 tasting notes

Mmmm pretty tasty! Espcially with a Mounds Bar stolen from my daughter’s Halloween stash HAHA!
Very GOOD coconut flavor here with out that off putting coconut aroma or flavor I get in MANY coconut teas!
This one is a keeper!
Full review on coming up on the 18th!

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676 tasting notes

Thank you Bo from The Tea Spot for this Sample!

When I tasted this Coconut Oolong I was expecting a ‘taste sensation’! (I am a lover of coconut and to pair the flavor with Oolong is just the best combination!)
When I poured the liquor it was clear and not cloudy like some Milky Oolongs.
There were bits of natural coconut in the brew basket mixed with the dark green tea… and the scent of coconut and flowers was steaming hot from the light yellow liquor in my cup.

The flavor was definately coconut! Good,good,good!

I tasted a little vegital background…ok… and to be expected with an Oolong. The vegital taste was covered well enough by the milky smooth, floral creaminess of the tea.
There was a good deal of astringency biting at my tongue. A tiny sourness too. Hum. It didn’t annoy me really. The flavor was too good for anything to be annoying!

I added sweetening. Come on, of course I added sweetening. This is a tea that cries for elevation to sublime dessertness!

Aha! That was more like it and took that sour/astringent edge almost all the way gone!

Natural coconut makes such a difference in the flavor. It’s much nuttier.
I used to make a Puerto Rican dessert called Love Powder (Polvo de Amor) using very very finely grated fresh coconut (no milk added)which was toasted in a pan with lots of sugar added to it. So good!

That’s the way I like this tea…like the Love Powder! SWEET


The tea and your dessert both sound so tasty!


Ooh, another coconutty oolong adding to my list!

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8072 tasting notes

oh god. i thought i’d give this one a try since i had a good experience with coconut this morning. um. i love you terri, but this is really not the tea for me. I may have taken a sip and held it in my mouth, making a face while trying to decide whether to spit or swallow. lol Funnily enough it’s not so much the coconut that did it to’s the weirdly peachy, grassy green oolong taste and how it doesn’t meld well with the coconut. eesh.

thanks for letting me have a bit of this terri! lol one more tea off the list haha

Terri HarpLady

It wasn’t my thing either, but always worth trying!

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3253 tasting notes

The aroma of this tea is lightly floral & a little coconutty, but there is also a smell that makes me think of parmesan…kind of milkly but a little pungent. I have enough in my sample to try it a few more times, which is good because really, I was doing desk things while sipping this, so it didn’t get as much attention as it should.

I’m not a huge milk oolong fan, but having said that, there wasn’t anything objectionable about this cup. There also wasn’t anything memorable.

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604 tasting notes

Ah, my first cup of tea in about three weeks. WHAT?! Three weeks?! I know, it has to be some kind of record. Recovery from surgery has been long and miserable. It’s been difficult to taste certain foods and flavors. I didn’t want to waste good tea if I couldn’t taste anything! I decided that I was at a good point to try tea again. This coconut milky oolong was a great choice. It’s fruity, flavorful and comforting. I’m not getting much of a creamy or buttery note, but it’s still yummy. Welcome back, tea. I’m so happy to be drinking you again!

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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247 tasting notes

This oolong is interspersed with shreds of white coconut, lending it a very nutty scent, which, combined with the buttery scent of the milk oolong makes for a very fragrant introduction.

195/3 min. The scent is wonderful. The coconut is not overdone, nor is it sickeningly sweet. It’s quite perfect, actually. The milk oolong is delightful, buttery, nutty, but with a fruitiness as well. It reminds me so much of thepuritea’s oolong, just a bit stronger on the coconut notes. I’m so glad to have chosen it as my Royal Wedding watching tea.

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36 tasting notes

For a coconut oolong this tea really fits its description. It tastes filling and creamy and the tea looks ‘milky’ almost murky. The way this tea store recommends this tea , I just couldn’t resist trying some, but I would definitely not say its “extraordinary” but I’ll drink it cuz I dont want to waste it but I wouldn’t buy this again- just not my favorite coconut tea.

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Which one is your favorite?


Funny that u ask because I was shopping for one yesterday…I want to try 52 Teas coconut cream pie- sounds delicious! Adagios coconut black was pretty good too. Maybe the cocnut just doesn’t go too well with an oolong?


I don’t know. I like Golden Moon’s Coconut Pouchong tea and it’s an oolong.

I wasn’t able to tolerate Adagio’s flavoring, so the coconut didn’t do me much good. I agree that 52 Tea’s Coconut Cream Pie sounds nice. Let me know when you find something good.

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