Guangdong Jin Xuan Mao Feng Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Alcohol, Brandy, Fruity
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  • “What an interesting tea this is. I have to say I’m never disappointed with the products I select from What-Cha! Even when they aren’t teas I would select for another purchase they are always such...” Read full tasting note
  • “This seems like a Taiwan black tea. Grapey, wine ish, light, sweet, a little astringent. It’s not bad, just not my favorite style. Thanks Sil for the opportunity to try it. :)” Read full tasting note
  • “Another tea sample from my tea sister Sil. I can’t figure out how to describe this one! It’s a very sweet & mellow kind of tea, but that isn’t to say that it lacks potency, because the flavor...” Read full tasting note
  • “whaaat no other reviews on this one? well my review won’t be much help to everyone as i got distracted with work and let this get cold. I will say, that like other what-cha teas, this is very...” Read full tasting note

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What an interesting tea this is. I have to say I’m never disappointed with the products I select from What-Cha! Even when they aren’t teas I would select for another purchase they are always such high quality and always worth a try.
This is one of those teas which I wouldn’t consider for a large purchase, but that I’m very glad I had a chance to try. It has a very unique flavor. Smooth and mellow, a bit fruity and a little bit of liquor. No astringency at all. A bit light for my personal taste but I did enjoy my cup.

Flavors: Alcohol, Brandy, Fruity

Lindsay

Wow, I am so confused by the name of that tea! :)

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1040 tasting notes

This seems like a Taiwan black tea. Grapey, wine ish, light, sweet, a little astringent.

It’s not bad, just not my favorite style.

Thanks Sil for the opportunity to try it. :)

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3294 tasting notes

Another tea sample from my tea sister Sil.
I can’t figure out how to describe this one! It’s a very sweet & mellow kind of tea, but that isn’t to say that it lacks potency, because the flavor is very rich! There is absolutely no astringency whatsoever. I’m picking up an intriguing mix of flavors. tobacco & a sherry-like grape sweetness in the first steep. The second steep leans more to a savory buttery winter squash & toasted pepitas kind of palette. Both were delicious.

Sil

glad you had some good experiences with these samples :)

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10107 tasting notes

whaaat no other reviews on this one? well my review won’t be much help to everyone as i got distracted with work and let this get cold. I will say, that like other what-cha teas, this is very smooth with no astringency. i don’t know if this would float to the top of my must have tea list, but i’d be happy to have this in my cupboard anytime!

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