This tea was a nice cup of tea it was warm and toasty with some hints of spice. the first few steeps were nice and bold and slightly nutty in flavor with some spicy notes, nice.
After a few steeps that slight nutty flavor turns into a slight woody flavor, still quite toasty and slightly earthy.
At about 5 or 6 steeps and this one has a slightly bittersweet, earthy woody type of flavor with a hint of spice to it that to Me is reminiscent to the way Sandalwood smells but in a pleasant way(i know that sounds weird).
TT12: Oolong Superior Grade
This bolder-leaf offering has the smooth character one would expect with a more fermented Formosa Oolong tea. The cup has earthy/woody notes and subtle hints of rose petal. This classic style is getting increasingly difficult to find.