I love this tea! I could really taste the buttery, milky flavor. I wish it were a little less expensive.
“I love this tea! I could really taste the buttery, milky flavor. I wish it were a little less expensive.” Read full tasting note
“Another sample from a tea friend trade. Working through the samples! Green beany smelling, a fresher, higher quality leaf than I am used to smelling in a flavored milk oolong. The Jin Xuan green...” Read full tasting note
“Creamy and smooth.” Read full tasting note
“I won some free tea from Rosali tea, and this was in the box. I’ve never had a milk Oolong before, so I decided to give it a try. Based on this one, I can see why people like it but I don’t think...” Read full tasting note
Milk Oolong is a green oolong from the Jin Xuan cultivar, which means “golden lily”. Jin Xuan has a naturally fresh, sweet, and creamy flavor with a smooth buttery texture and floral aroma. This is a great tea for dessert lovers and helps to eliminate for milk and sugar in tea. This tea pairs well with fruit salad, dessert, sushi or white fish.
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Another sample from a tea friend trade. Working through the samples!
Green beany smelling, a fresher, higher quality leaf than I am used to smelling in a flavored milk oolong. The Jin Xuan green flavor is strong in the brew, making it bright and green tasting. Sometimes it’s oddly dark green and a little umami.
There’s a little of the caramel milk flavor, but it’s light. It manages to linger through the many steeps I took this through. Though it starts out with no apricot in the beginning, it grows much stronger later.
Thanks for a lovely sample, tea friend!
I won some free tea from Rosali tea, and this was in the box. I’ve never had a milk Oolong before, so I decided to give it a try. Based on this one, I can see why people like it but I don’t think it’s for me. It was like a very mild, buttery green tea. I’m not much of a green tea drinker, so it’s just not something I can see myself reaching for often. Very nice to try, though.
Flavors: Butter, Green
This has a really lovely creamy taste and is a very high-quality tea. The flavor lasted through 3 infusions, which I was really happy with! As you may have guessed, I am partial to oolongs, so I was not disappointed with this tea.
Flavors: Cream, Milk, Smooth
I’m more of a black tea drinker, but I love me some oolongs. I know that milky oolong teas are very popular, but I am under the impression that I have never had it steeped properly before. I met Rosa at the SF tea festival, and she had a fresh pot of milky oolong brewing.
When I took a sip of this tea, I was immediately struck at how smooth and creamy it was. If you’ve never had an oolong before, this is a fantastic one to venture into. The complexities of tea really comes out in the tea I sampled, and I also got some to try out myself when I got to work. It is a fantastic tea to have in the middle of the day.
Unfortunately, the hot water at work was WAY too hot and I couldn’t get the tea to steep correctly. Rosa kindly gave me tips on how long to wait to let boiling water cool before putting the tea leaves in, and eventually I just took it home where I had my variable water kettle. Once I brewed it properly, that creamy character was there. Total my bad on my part, but I can see why this is the most popular tea of her subscription.
Flavors: Butter, Cream, Milk
This was the first tea that I had at the LA International Tea Festival and I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Rosa Li! She was so passionate about her teas and I am so happy that she got backed on Kickstarter :))
While speaking with her, I found out that this was her best seller, and after my first taste, I realized why! It is so smooth, complex, yet a very well balanced tea. Slight notes of butter since it slides on the tongue, bc of the creaminess of the tea. I ended up purchasing a 3oz tin of this tea and I am SO happy I got it!
Flavors: Butter, Cream, Milk
I’m a several-month subscriber to Rosali Tea (through private subscriber round).
I’ve had different varietals of oolong before and this one is quite unique. It has a naturally creamy/buttery taste to it, which I’ve only seen in another oolong. Unlike most teas with unique flavors, the depth of the taste for this one lasts through the first 2 or 3 infusions.
Flavors: Butter, Creamy