This is a strong grainy Oolong. Overall, I am not overly satisfied and would not consider this one of my staples. This is a tea that I would crave on a fall day but not everyday. It has a bit of a earthy/grainy taste to it.
Oolong directly translates as black dragon, and this tea well represents a classic, well balanced, medium oxidized oolong. From the famous oolong producing area of Anxi in Fujian, China, Black Dragon leaves are rolled tightly into small pellets. The tea has a toasted aroma with a sweet, strong, grain aftertaste.
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