Quick review before bed! Another one from the UTTB.
It’s surprisingly jammy and fruity upon first sip. There’s also maltiness, notes of dark chocolate, and a lingering sweetness. It sits thickly on your tongue. There is a touch of bitterness that doesn’t detract from the other flavors at all; it comes with the impression of dark chocolate, simply adding to it.
Very fruity and peppy with a heavy caramel sweetness. (It reminds me of a Yunnan tea—Zhu Rong. It’s certainly similar.) My favorite kind of black tea. (: It’s juicy and sweet and decadent. Simply delicious! Little to no bitterness in this cup either.
More bright and fruity. The caramel is a little softer. A little buttery, even. Becomes more pronounced as it cools.
Overall a very lovely tea. I’m glad I got the chance to try it!
Flavors: Butter, Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Fruity, Jam, Malt, Sweet