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Revisiting this one. Such a lovely black tea. Strong and bold and malty. Delicious. Perfect for the first cup of the day.
I love this one.
Here is my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2010/12/09/pure-organic-black-teaji-hong-men-from-in-nature/
In honor of today’s published review, I decided to enjoy a cup of this. You can check out the review here:
This is really good. Rich & delicious. Nice burnt-sugar caramel-y note, along with a delicious baked-bread kind of taste with a nice level of malt. Toothsome! I love this.
So good! The flavor is almost CREAMY. It tastes very decadent. Full-bodied and very satisfying.
Definitely one of the best black teas out there!
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this… now I’m off to write a full-length review for our SororiTea Sisters Blog (http://sororiteasisters.com )
I posted a full review on this here! Very interesting cuppa!
This is a lovely green tea. You can read my full-length review of it here:
Enjoying my time brewing this in my gaiwan this evening, a little late, perhaps, for caffeine but my “clock” is a bit off because I was up so late last night.
This is a beautiful tea, and offers many flavorful infusions!
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this tea to try!
The flavor is very fresh and sweet. It has a very buttery taste to it. There are light floral notes, very subtle fruit notes and even a hint of nutty flavor to it – a very complex tea for having only steeped it for 1 minute!
In Nature continues to amaze me!!!
Dry Leaf Scent: EXTREMELY Buttery…very nice!
Post infusion Scent: Still buttery, but a different kind of buttery…and green tea…
COLOR: pale but pretty yellow
Taste: The Purest of Pure! Extremely CLEAN. A nice even Green Tea Taste…not bitter or grassy…semi-sweet.
I really like this…one of the best “Dragon Wells” I have had so far!
Mmm. Smells bready and chewy and I just wanna gnaw on it a little bit. Even though this is a Chinese tea, it smells like a super-tasty Assam. Then, once it is fully brewed, a bold and rich Tiger-like Yunnan. And the taste? It somehow manages to be both! Chewy and nom-worth Assam on the front, smooth and sweet Yunnan on the back – it’s like the mullet of teas! If this had a little smoke and cocoa thrown into the mix, it’s be the slightly less developed twinsie of the fantastic Tan Yang Te Ji from TeaSpring. This one falls short of that high standard but it’s still a pretty darn good tea. Thanks to TeaEqualsBliss for this tasty number!
Okay, must add that as it cools, it’s getting insanely thick feeling with a strong fig-like note of sweetness. It almost makes me think I’m sipping on syrup. In a good but crazy-rich way.