A mouth-watering medium bodied oolong with silky and slightly powdery texture. Both the smell and the taste are dominated by roasted notes, a bit too much for my liking personally. The smell is very crisp, with some hints of cookies and figs. As for the taste, I didn’t find it overly complex. It is somewhat sweet and buttery, with a nice balanced & nutty aftertaste.
As of now, I would prefer the lighter roaster classical Dong Ding from Taiwan Sourcing. I am interested to see how this one will develop though, it surely has some potential.
Flavors: Butter, Fig, Nutty, Popcorn, Roasted, Sweet