This tea is really soft, gentle, not as bold as most oolongs I drink. It’s sweet – I find that a little weird – some honey, some stone fruit and of course some woody oolong. It’s good. People who aren’t a huge fan of dark oolong might like this one, it’s milder than other’s I’ve tried. I prefer bold, aged oolongs that are a lot like leather and old books – so this isn’t quite my cup of tea.
(Really tight hockey game happening – hard to focus on the tea when I’m sitting on the edge of my seat…… go jets…)
That picture looks good on my phone but really washed out on my laptop…. weird….