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Pretty good oolong tea. Tie Guan Yin meets Black tea.
Slight chocolate notes in first couple of infusions.
Mellow taste after that, no bitterness that one can expect in black.
Flavors: Dark Chocolate
Oolong tea that tastes almost like black. Can be very bitter if oversteeped.
This is my first pu-erh tea. Can really judge. Some rubbery taste , not unpleasant.
Taste becomes better with each steeping.
Ginseng oolong. Sweet taste.
Decent milk oolong. Liquid smells caramel. Very light and unobtrusive .
Caramel doesn’t transfer to taste, which is good if you ask me.
Different oolong tea. Tastes different from Tie guan yin oolong.
No bitterness or sourness, but other than that – nothing to write home about.
Flavors: Dry Grass
Black tea with nutty notes .
Can be bitter if oversteeped.
Green tea. With slight bitterness.