this was my birthday tea today! :)
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“I LOVE the name of this tea company! :) This smells like a gentle perfume dry - liquid smells a little bit like flowers from a distance. This is very light in color. I can taste the...” Read full tasting note
“The moment the swimming gossamer surface of this heavenly tea did touch my heathen parchèd lips, I felt an instant sense of airy jubilation accompanied by the distinctive tang which is solely felt...” Read full tasting note
“Amazing tea! I drink it every day... at least 3 cups per day :)” Read full tasting note
Straight from the Fujian province in China, this premium 1st grade Ti Kuan Yin is a true prize to be shared as the best of our collection here at Utopian Tea. This lightly oxidized oolong is one of the most popular, and we were very lucky to get this special high grade selection of this variety directly from the tea plantation.
Savoring it’s bold floral and honeysuckle-esque flavor over several infusions is the best way to go, as the strength of this tea lasts for what seems like an eternity. You’ll quickly realize that the taste perfectly reflects the lingering smell as if it were planned by a higher power. This is truly the essence of Earth.
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I LOVE the name of this tea company! :)
This smells like a gentle perfume dry – liquid smells a little bit like flowers from a distance.
This is very light in color.
I can taste the honey-suckle likeness and the more I drink it the better I like it. It’s very clean and crisp and thirst-quenching. YUM!
The moment the swimming gossamer surface of this heavenly tea did touch my heathen parchèd lips, I felt an instant sense of airy jubilation accompanied by the distinctive tang which is solely felt through sampling that which is of the Gods, with a touch of Goodwill towards All Mankind mixed in for good measure. I was immediately transported back to my childhood days of simple joy and naïveté in the lush primeval paradise that is the Garden of England, or for the ignorant among us here, Kent.
Such a sensorial pleasure is this tea that I dare not drink it in public for fear of losing what dignity that has been afforded to me by Providence.
I’ve had at least 2 cups of this every day for the past 2 weeks, since I got it in. Wakes me up in the morning, not just the caffeine, but it’s smell is so alluring, so floral, and strong. It revitalizes all senses, just in time to start any day. Ti kuan yin is my favorite, and I choose to go with this selection from Utopian Tea, because it is grade 1 quality, which I respect.