This was the best sparkling tea in my opinion – it’s an oolong tea with blueberry and lemon. To start, the idea of comboing those flavours? Excellent. That just sounds beautifully delicious. Plus, to be honest, oolong tea is definitely not the most commercial type of tea if you’re looking for mass market appeal – so kudos to Number E for going for it even though it’s not the most commercial – ’cause if you were going purely commercial this flavour profile probably would have been delicious on something like a black tea.
So getting in the taste…
The best part of this sparkling tea? YOU CAN TASTE THE OOLONG. It’s floral, a little nutty, and well rounded – and it adds a great depth to the sweet, jammy blueberry notes. Those two flavours actually make up the majority of the flavour profile those there’s a light lemon notes that I picked out in the top note and the very lightly in the undertones following that. Miraculously, this is a sparkling tea that is flavourful and nuanced that TASTES LIKE TEA.
Would drink, and often.