“The taste of this one is wonderful, to me it is slightly woodsy at first with bold notes of cocoa ,maltyness and maybe caramel, kinda malty and just really super good. The second and third steep...” Read full tasting note
“So I’m still confused about how this is a tieguanyin (I swore that was a type of oolong, not black?) but it’s clearly a black – and a delicious one at that! Even though… I ordered this between 5...” Read full tasting note
“This tastes like a wu yi / big red robe oolong to me. The flavor and scent notes that come to mind are roastyness, hot spring water rock/mineral, and wood. This has a decent price on it right...” Read full tasting note
From Fujian province, this is a fully oxidized tea made from a cultivar normally used to produce Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong. The cup has a round flavor, with notes of red wine, and toasty hints. The aroma has a sweet note and a subtle hint of cocoa.
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