Couldn’t find this via search, so I added it… it is from the subscription box from a few years back, so entirely possible that I’m the first to review it, I guess?
Anyhow, I wasn’t sure what to expect from an aged tieguanyin. I’ve had aged balled oolongs previously, but uncertain if they are tieguanyin; I assume it would just be a cultivar difference? This tastes much like you would expect from any good aged oolong: sweetness, woody, minerals. Heavy on the wood, for sure. I’d have to compare it directly with another oolong to note if there are any differences, but it’s about average, in my opinion. Tasty enough, but nothing special.