14 Tasting Notes
I love the little balls of tea. Visually, this tea is great. It’s also a good standard black tea for those who enjoy orange pekoe and are looking for something a bit more refined.
This delicious green tea is the first one I tried from Mighty Leaf and is the one responsible for me placing a $110 order. I’ve tried to find a hojicha equivalent to Mighty Leaf’s to no avail. Hojicha is has a nutty, maybe even woodsy, aroma. Great to drink plain. I boil the water and let it sit for a minute or so before steeping. The bag says 2 to 3 minutes so I go in between and it’s great. I normally don’t like green tea but this one is amazing and has made me a loyal Mighty Leaf customer.
This is my favourite tea at DavidsTea. It’s pretty expensive but it’s the best oolong I’ve tried. It’s milkier than most teas and has this aroma that’s hard to describe. If you’re looking for a high quality oolong, this is the one. I’ve gone to many tea shops in search of good teas, and though I find some great greens and blacks in other parts, Quangzhou Milk Oolong from DavidsTea remains my favourite oolong.