This is a perfectly tasty but not terribly exciting oolong. The flavor is that of pleasant, nondescript fresh fruit, with an underlying cinnamon sweetness characteristic of Taiwanese teas. The body is medium, falling short of a good Chinese TGY, and the astringency is on the heavier side for this style. I try not to let cost factor into my ratings, but this is a very pricey cha (I paid $33/25g), and the disconnect between that and the experience in the cup is disappointing. I would recommend this if you’re an oolong fan and can get it for a significant discount, but otherwise, there are plenty of more worthwhile purchases one could make from Taiwan Sourcing.

Flavors: Astringent, Cinnamon, Grapes, Plum

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I’m a 27-year-old man who didn’t like tea until college, then downed a dozen teabags a day before switching to loose leaf. I’ve been drinking gongfu style every day since about 2015, and could hardly imagine life without it.


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