Autumn 2015, it appears ive reviewed this one before, and no idea why I couldnt find it with a search! But liked it before and liked it again:
This is quite yum, it tastes to me a bit in-between a creamy milk Oolong and a Da Yu Ling, which is no bad thing at all – and when I checked on YS, it is in fact a Taiwanese varietal grown in Fujian. So I was pretty bang on the money there!
And not so creamy-sweet and mixed together in taste as some milk Oolongs ive had, more clearer, with flavours coming and going, like flavoured water – in a good way. A slightly fruity & complex huijuan, reminds me a little like floral strawberry milk. Wonderful. I dont know much about flavoured vs non-flavoured, but this one certainly doesnt taste artificial in any way, as far as I understand it flavouring often masks the normal tea taste, which as ive said is pretty present here.
So slightly vegetal & milky, floral and strawberry or summer fruits, not too full-on, more refined.
Takes a few steeps as well, im hitting it grandpa style as I have been everything recently, and even with a small 1.5g/12oz its a lovely cuppa. – Price isnt too bad either!
Flavors: Berry, Cream, Floral, Milk, Strawberry, Vegetal