My favorite teas are Taiwanese oolong that my mom gets occasionally when she visits our family there. But I can never remember what the Mandarin names are. So when I found silk oolong in Ku Cha and it smelled right, I got it.

Previously when I had it, I hadn’t had the vacuum-sealed version in a while and it was a really good holdover. And I still do like it, but after having had the proper import for a couple weeks, it seems a little weak in comparison.

If you don’t know if you’d like the green oolong teas, especially, it’s still a good, cheaper way to try it out before you commit to ordering a larger bag.

Flavors: Green, Smoke, Tea

Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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For the record, I oversteep all my teas and enjoy a particularly bitter tea so don’t use sweetener.



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