4 Tasting Notes
This tea looks, smells and tastes very much like a medium oxidized oolong, so it’s probably not exactly a green tea though it is sold as such. High temperature recommandations fit for this one and it reacts very closely to an oxidized Tie Guan Yin. Gong fu cha works well too and as expected reveals more complex aromas.
Flavors: Floral, Vegetables, Vegetal, Walnut, Wood
An inexpensive puerh, with strong and rich aroma, a bargain. Mao cha in CTC . Long lasting taste, perfect for daily brewing . I recommand a long brewing time that produces a dark thick mellow liquor. Single infusion in my opinion but as it is rather cheap, it is a fair deal.
Flavors: Earth, Floral, Fruity, Leather, Mushrooms, Wood
A bargain indeed. There are several variations around the same basis under the brand name Seadyke, held by the Taetea company. Each one has a different nulber. This one is AT206, I tried AT202 and AT304. They taste almost the same with very little differences. They are very decent roasted oolong for the price, and I appreciate them better than much more expensive teas that I had tasted. This one offers more roundness among the three receipes.The more of this tea you put in your little pot, the more fragrances you can get from it, so I recommand short sessions almost gongfucha style with large amounts 7 to 8 g at least for 100ml.
Flavors: Citrusy, Grilled Food, Roasted, Toasted, Wood