I am not one to explain flavors “properly”, given that tasting words are so new to me. I tend to describe them with emotions. Quangzhou Milk Oolong tastes like giving an old friend a hug after a long time apart. It tastes buttery and smooth, a scent that reminds me a little of movie theatre popcorn without tasting anything like it. I grabbed a cup on a friend’s recommendation and steeped it again and again! I look forward to buying some for myself.

Flavors: Butter

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My first adventures in tea were unpleasant. After years of frowning at burnt/oversteeped teas, a chocolate tea my mother picked up in San Francisco changed everything.

Now I mostly drink Japanese greens and oolongs, while also trying to sip down a stash of flavored blends.

Note: I am employed in the cafe and tea industry. All of my opinions are my own, and not representative of the views of my employers.


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