Not usually a fan of heavily roasted teas, but they’ve occasionally surprised me and in the interest of expanding my tea horizons, I decided to pick up a sample of this tea.
It does indeed have a deep roasted flavor and aroma. You can taste the roast but it’s not smokey by any means. I get notes of firewood, pumpernickel bread, and toasted nuts. These are ancillary though and the tea is predominantly dark and toasty
This may appeal to those who like dark tea but I prefer the subtle caramel taste of lightly roasted oolongs.
Flavors: Bread, Fireplace, Nuts, Roasted