Sweet, smooth. You get a little traditional Oolong flavor but the inclusion of papaya is so unique that it’s like trying it for the first time.
“Coined as their "Full and Luscious" offering...this Wine inspired Tea - is just that! It's classy, it's sexy, it's a creative cuppa! I can totally see the Chardonnay connection. The...” Read full tasting note
“I apologize if this is a bunch of nonsense because after I drank it I went out to a bar just to get out and there was the most amazing IPA. This really tasted more like a papaya rose oolong to...” Read full tasting note
“When I was measuring this tea out into my Breville basket (yes, I normally do brew Oolong teas in my gaiwan, however, this is no ordinary Oolong and I thought that it would be better prepared in my...” Read full tasting note
“This came from *Azzrian* - thanks so much! It's been awhile since I've written, since honestly I haven't been drinking much tea. But I'm back, baby, I'm back. I've been wanting to try Vintage...” Read full tasting note
Inspired by Chardonnay, we blended natural ingredients to create an oolong tea blend that is full bodied with luscious tropical hints of papaya, citrus, and vanilla balanced with a touch of cinnamon spice.
About Chardonnay – Chardonnay is a full-bodied, white wine that has medium acidity and is often aged in oak. It can range from bright and elegant to dense and fruity in style. Some of Chardonnay’s more common descriptors include pears, butter, toast, melon, butterscotch, and spice. Chardonnay has a richness and structure that can be world class….when you grab the right bottle.
Tea and Food Pairings – This blend celebrates Chardonnay perfectly. Pair our Oolong Chardonnay with seafood, spicy dishes or duck.
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Thank you, LiberTEAS! This is almost certainly one I wouldn’t have found on my own. I’m glad I’ve tried it now, because I really like it.
This brews up the color of a dark white wine and tastes, if not exactly like wine, at least similar enough that the name fits. It’s one where I can’t really identify individual flavors; it blends into one harmonious one that I like. There is undoubtedly some fruitiness and a tang to it, and a floral note that must come from the rose petals. I’ll have to decide whether I want to buy it as I work my way through the rest of the sample.