I’ve almost finished the 50g bag. It was my first GABA oolong, and likely won’t be my last. The texture of this tea really stands out to me—it’s thick and has a wonderfully full mouthfeel. It tastes of cooked fruit alongside some of that bready taste of a roasted oolong. Very complex and fascinating to drink, I love the way that the sweet taste of cooked fruit mixes with the spicy (not spicy as in hot but tasting of spices). Definitely one to come back to. The GABA does make me feel less anxious, it’s different from a tea-drunkeness and more like a mellowed calm.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Cherry, Dried Fruit, Spices

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 4 OZ / 120 ML

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Hi there! I’m Drew from northeastern USA. At 21 years old, I’m slowly aging into a decent raw hu’man. Since first getting into “true tea” in 2016, it has become a staple of my life. I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, but when I drink tea the frequency of both drops dramatically. Tea is a wonderful way to meditate, enjoy the energies of the world, and to become present in the moment.

Generally, I think I’ll try to stick to these rating parameters:

91-100: Absolutely incredible. Best taste and energy from any tea I’ve had. (NB: I feel like I haven’t had enough teas to put any I have had into this category quite yet)

81-90: I need to buy this stuff in bulk, because I’m in love with it. The flavor/energy combination is close to perfect.

71-80: I really enjoyed it, but something was lacking.

61-70: Not bad, but not mind-blowing either. I may not drink this specific varietal again, but I likely want to try other kinds of this tea.

51-60: Meh… I’ve given this tea multiple chances, and it’s not for me. Not offensively bad, and I recognize that some people may like it, but it wasn’t for me.

0-50: Yikes. You should consider not buying this.

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