“The ‘Jin Xuan’ Oolong, aka Milk Oolong”
Oolong need to be rinse once, so that the tea leave can open up. This is a high quality tea without any flavourings that you can find in some “Milk Oolong”. First stepping, 2:00 minutes: It smell and taste lightly milky and vegetal with a touch of sweetness. As it cool down there is a light peachy flavour. It taste eventually like butter turning to a creamy tea. This tea is slightly dry as you drink more of it. Second stepping, 2:30 minutes: The milky flavour is starting to disappear, now it is more buttery and creamy. The vegetal notes of the tea is getting more present when it cooling down with a slightly bitterness starting to show up. WATER USED: Nestle Pure Life.
Flavors: Bitter, Butter, Creamy, Milk, Peach, Sweet, Vegetal