Rounded flavours, slightly grassy, with a sweet-bitterness that is backed up by a pretty strong aroma which is not quite tobacco, but somewhere around that region. Not sharp, sweet like candy floss.

Had to shift my perception a bit as steep 1 & 2 were curling my tongue a bit, the sweet oily residue left on my tongue has a bitter edge that needs to met with concentration, like a whisky – If left un-thought about its an ‘adult/interesting/weird’ taste rather than a ‘nice’ one. But this is very much a central part of the experience for me – concentrating & enjoying.

By steep 5 (25 seconds) & onwards It was all about rounded sweet weird-bitter taste. Terrible description, but thats the best I can do.. the flavour started leaving and about steep 8 or so I was doing minutes trying to wring as much as I could out of it, ended up milky-bitter.

I dont know if this is a classic Bulang taste, but was engaging enough for an enjoyable session. Not always nice, and the combination of bitter & milky was sometimes off, with a lack of magic huigan, but there was a little bit of dimension to it – and the price – its cheap!

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90+ is godly

80-90 is something i would buy again.

60-80 ok, but probably more bland or basic in their flavour.

0-60 something tastes wrong with this one.

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