110 Tasting Notes
Aroma: Woody, deep, sweet, wet leaves, chocolate
Liquor Color: Deep rusty red
Liquor Flavor: Woody, smooth, light with next infusion the chocolate notes came out
Notes: From a person who doesn’t seem to like puerhs still, this sample changed my mind. It was so smooth, but light and the complexity of the flavors made me keep thinking what I’ll taste in the coming infusion. I could see myself drinking this.
Aroma: Light roast, grassy, crisp, sweet
Liquor Color: Bright yellow-green
Liquor Flavor: Creamy, sweet, slight nuttiness, clean, smooth vegetal
Notes: When I first opened the bag, the aroma smelled so good. And the leaves were so pretty! Bold colors and straight lines. The wet leaf aroma was heavenly. This reminded me of a sencha in a less intense kind of way. Reminds me of a crisp spring day.
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Aroma: Sweet, light earth
Liquor Color: Dark yellow
Liquor Flavor: Sweet, light earth, crisp, nice lingering mouth feel
Notes: Finally, a pu-erh that I enjoyed! This was smooth, sweet, slightly grassy earth, it was very interesting! It was hard to place my finger on what I was tasting but itwas really nice!
Aroma: Sweet, baked bread
Liquor Color: Amber
Liquor Flavor: Very smooth, rich, sweet, baked bread, warm
Notes: I decided that I like yunnan teas. This one is very comforting and oh so smooth! It’s rich, but not in a heavy mouth feel way. It reminds me of sweet bread rolls. This would be great for a cold day.
Aroma: Sweet, bread, honey, floral
Liquor Color: Pale yellow
Liquor Flavor: Buttery, smooth, honey, floral, lingering mouth feel
Notes: I got this as part of a sample pack that I won. Yum! I love light oolongs and this one was super tasty! Beautiful lingering floral sweet finish. Crisp, so buttery and smooth and the rich tastes of honey.
Aroma: Floral, crisp, light
Liquor Color: Pale yellow
Liquor Flavor: Crisp, light, refreshing, cucumber, floral
Notes: I got this as part of the Teavivre contest as a sample pack. I usually think white teas are a little too light for me but this one was pretty nice. Spring tea, very crisp and smooth. I could go for this iced. Sweet and slightly floral.
Aroma: Light straw
Liquor Color: Darker yellow
Liquor Flavor: Smooth, light straw/grass
Notes: Not as flavorful as a regular good quality sencha. Not much of a taste going on. Very light. I was hoping for a pow of sencha flavor but this didn’t do the trick. Not bad, just not what I was expecting.
Aroma: Roasty, wood
Liquor Color: Deep yellow
Liquor Flavor: Slight bitterness, smokey, woody, roasted
Notes: I got this to make Moroccan mint tea, and I can see how this works well with mint and sugar. It’s not something I would drink alone, this reminds me of yerba mate with the smokiness.