drank Wild Scented Oolong by Wolf Tea
1048 tasting notes

Wild scented? An interesting descriptor to use in the title of a tea. Can’t say I really agree with using wild in the name unless it is plucked from truly wild tea trees. Okay. Okay. Enough about the name. This tea lives up to the Alishan name. Great floral aroma and flavor. Gorgeous twisted green balls. Mixes of dark and light greens. The liquor is clear, amber. It is wild in the flavor as they say on the website. It has the floral qualities, the gardenia is dominant in the beginning but then it changes to that green and raw flavor as the steepings progress. No astringency. Floral qualities, slight buttered popcorn, and a hint of melon in the aroma. This tea pairs well with the classical song L’Éloignement. I heard it for the first time on stage a few weeks ago and the whole orchestra brought it to life in a way that was absolutely amazing.

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Tea Profile:
Allergies: Almonds and Dairy.
Don’t like: Sugar, artificial flavoring.

Preferably pure tea. But I think blending is its own art form and when done well you can find some amazing flavors.

I will drink any type and love to taste whatever I can get my hands on but if I had to choose it would go in this order Green, Black, Oolong, White, Dark, and Yellow. (Purple is not a type of tea it is a cultivar known as TRFK 306/1 )



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