drank Milky Oolong by Harney & Sons
16 tasting notes

My first time tasting a milky oolong. The liquor is a pale gold. The strongest note in the first steep is that of hot milk, which is very pleasant and provides a lingering finish. There is a hint of stone fruit as well. It’s only slightly sweet and not at all vanillic, unlike cream versions of teas I’ve tasted. In the second steep (4 minutes), the milk flavor was more subtle, allowing the green oolong to come through more.

Flavors: Apricot, Creamy, Milk

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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I’m new to discovering teas in a more in-depth way. I’m currently enjoying oolong and black teas, both unflavored and flavored (when flavors are handled nicely). In terms of flavors, I love florals but not so much fruits or vanilla). Working on my appreciation of green and white teas.

Please forgive any forays into wine terminology – my background is in wine tasting (cork dork, here).

My Rating Scale

90-100 Excellent/outstanding
80-90 Very good/would buy again
70-80 Decent/would drink again if offered
Sub-70 Blurgh
Unrated I don’t know enough about this type of tea or otherwise can’t offer a fair judgment



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