Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Roasted, Smooth, Toasty, Butterscotch, Custard, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Pastries, Tart, Tea
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Organic
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  • “Another from Sips by. I dunno why I was hesitant to try this one. I always do that with oolong and I don’t know why. I can’t remember having a bad experience with one or anything. This oolong falls...” Read full tasting note
    82
  • “I finally stock piled for winter, and I had to try this one based on so many recommendations. Well, every single review on here is accurate. Generally, the tea is on the weaker side taking a while...” Read full tasting note
    83
  • “This oolong comes in bagged form, direct sourced from Northern Bangladesh, and 2014 NATC 3rd place for Oolongs. Teatulia’s oolong is interesting – citrus lemon curd notes with a dash of savory...” Read full tasting note
    85
  • “Ah oolong, my possible favorite tea, it is hard to tell, it is certainly the tea I drink the most of. The aroma of the curly and rather dark leaves is pretty sweet, a blend of stewed cherries,...” Read full tasting note
    64

From Teatulia Teas

A stunning, full-bodied cup with hints of fresh pie crust, lemon and sake.

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5 Tasting Notes

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733 tasting notes

Another from Sips by. I dunno why I was hesitant to try this one. I always do that with oolong and I don’t know why. I can’t remember having a bad experience with one or anything.

This oolong falls on the roasted side instead of floral. It’s very smooth and mild. Pleasant as a breakfast tea, for sure. It almost tastes like a black tea. In fact, if I was sipping this blind, I wouldn’t guess this was oolong. It even comes out to a black tea color. While it’s tasty and savory, it just feels kind of boring. No notes stand out in particular to me. It’s not bland, exactly. Just unremarkable.

Flavors: Roasted, Smooth, Toasty

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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1099 tasting notes

I finally stock piled for winter, and I had to try this one based on so many recommendations. Well, every single review on here is accurate. Generally, the tea is on the weaker side taking a while to steep or very little water for flavor. Butterscotch was obvious in the dry leaf scent and for the lick of water that I rinsed in five seconds. The actual steep took around 8 minutes in 10 ounces of water to get the flavor. it really does have a weird butterscotch taste followed by a really powerful lemon curd sweetness, almost developing tart tones.

Like Amanda says, this really does not taste like a usual oolong, and more so like the love child of black and green. Although oolong IS the black green between fermentation, this one does not really have oolong notes. The malty background of the butterscotch is distinctly a black flavor profile while the lemon curd is something that I’d expect more out of a green tea. Those tastes are what I like about those two teas though. As it over steeps, the less like an oolong it tastes which is unfortunate.

Since this tea is weaker, it is an ideal pick for travel. I won’t take the same artful care as a loose leaf and I really can’t gracefully on the go. Also, it really does not need sugar though some honey might compliment the natural flavors.

The oolong did not really become my go to. It almost did and I’m really glad to have it and to have tried it, but honestly, I slightly prefer Touch Organics oolong because it tastes like an oolong. Will this tea be incredibly useful across Campus? Yes, but not my preferred. It remains as a solid staple.

Flavors: Butterscotch, Custard, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Pastries, Tart, Tea

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1271 tasting notes

This oolong comes in bagged form, direct sourced from Northern Bangladesh, and 2014 NATC 3rd place for Oolongs.

Teatulia’s oolong is interesting – citrus lemon curd notes with a dash of savory biscuit/crackers and butter. There is a light floral peach end of sip, with the entire sip being quite fresh and delicate. I found it did a decent resteep as well, steeping a bit more tart. Pretty excellent for bagged tea and I enjoyed how easy it was to drink and complex enough to stay entertained. I found the longer infusion time worked best for this oolong otherwise it is too light.

Full review on Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/teatulia-oolong-tea-tea-review/

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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921 tasting notes

Ah oolong, my possible favorite tea, it is hard to tell, it is certainly the tea I drink the most of. The aroma of the curly and rather dark leaves is pretty sweet, a blend of stewed cherries, honey, and distant orchids. There is also a hint of smoke and spice, though they are faint, only little whiffs. The brewed tea now is a powerhouse of raisins and cocoa with a hint of spicebush and smoke.

The taste is brisk for an oolong, reminding me more of a brisk black but instead of malt there are notes of raisins, sweet caramelized sugar, and a rich note of honey. This is definitely one of those times that it is an oolong that tastes like a mix between a green and a black, erring more on the black side. The aftertaste is slightly smoky, though it does not linger for very long.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-teatulia-tea-review-feature-part-one.html

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The aroma is interesting: notes of smoke and a sweet note that is like butterscotch. Hints of earth and wood.

A delightful flavor: I taste the butterscotch. The description suggests notes of pie crust, lemon and sake. As one who hasn’t had sake for well over 20 years, I can’t tell you that I’m tasting sake, but I do taste the notes of lemon as well as a hint of pastry.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/11/02/oolong-tea-from-teatulia/

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