I’m not sure why I keep referring this as ‘Life Long Oolong’ but.. it sounds catchy I suppose. Anyways, this little treat came in with my teawares from DAVIDs as a sampler and after deliberating on it for a while, I cracked down and bought it.

It was my first Oolong tea and I found it not to be bad at all. It needed a touch of honey just to give it a little edge but other than that I found it very delightful. It made me like Oolongs! Though I’m not sure, when compared to a few other Oolongs, if I would buy an entire tin of it. It really is good but it may sit on my shelf for a long time when up against an even tastier concoction. Still, I would recommend a sample.

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I’m 24 years old and female. I used to be in university as a History Major but I gave it up to be a Laboratory Technician at a coal mine. My days are long and switch to nights many a time but I always bring 3 bags of tea with me to enjoy and have fun with.

When I’m not breaking my back over coal I spend my time in my room with my two cats playing video games until the sun comes up and watching a variety of movies, most of which are Disney or are animated in some way.

When it comes to tea, I have a fierce loyalty to DAVIDsTEA as they treated me right and garnered my respect. For the most part I am focusing on them but I take other Canadian Tea companies into mind and hopefully can expand my cupboard with them.

I currently have no tea rating guides but if I indicate I bought a Tin or will store a Tin constantly on my shelf, it usually means I will be hopelessly devoted to it.

My other interests include collection Starbucks cups, listening to Deadmau5, and watching far too many BBC shows.



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