This is a beautiful tea. Made in the style of Bi Luo Chun, it’s rolled into little balls with a lovely golden tint.
But that’s just how it looks. How does it taste? Surprisingly subtle. There is a mild nuttiness sidelined with the sweetness of caramel. If you’re looking for a black tea to wake you up in the morning, keep looking. This is a tea to savour and enjoy slowly.
This review was originally published here.
A mild, delicate kind of oolong that sits very well on the palate.
A beautiful black tea with a subtle, nutty flavour and a hint of caramel.
Come and enjoy a pu-erh that starts slow but blossoms around the third infusion with a surge of sweet smokiness.