Mmmmm, now this is a tea to savour. Buttery smoothness with a mild nutty undertone- and I mean buttery in a good way, not the DT Buttered Rum way!
I could actually smell the “milk”, which I could not do with the last milk oolong I tried.
This is a backlog tea from yesterday so I’m a bit fuzzy on the details, but it was quite a treat! the second steep was better than the first, where the tea and milk parts were more balanced. I regret not having time to indulge in a third!
Oh and when the second steep got cold, there was a bitter finish. I didn’t let the first steep go cold so I’m not sure if that’s a unique to the second steep or just the tea overall.
I love the way the tea looks (and smells) dry to, all curled up in pretty little twisties.
BIG thanks to QuiltGuppy for sending it to me!! :)