The 2018 Red Water Oolong from The Tea Guru is a highly oxidised tea from Taiwan. It combines buttery maltiness and sweetness with floral notes in between.
Wen Shan Bao Zhong is a green oolong tea from Taiwan. It’s a crossbreed between a fresh green and a floral oolong as it offers the best of both worlds.
Tasting unsmoked Lapsang Souchong teas from white2tea’s 2019 July tea club. Traditional, Fruit Bomb and Herby Lapsang Souchongs are definitely not the same.
Lu Yan Xiang or magnolia flower fragrance is a Dan Cong oolong tea from Chaozhou Province. The buttery magnolias will take you to faraway flower gardens.
Despite both being silver needle tea, there are major differences between silver needle from Yunnan and silver needle from Zhejiang Province. How can one and the same tea be so different?
The Makinohara Benifuki oolong is a tea that is unlike any other oolong tea I have drunk before. It’s a green oolong with a vegetal flavour profile in combination with floral notes.
Yakushima sencha is a Japanese green tea that promises to be sweet. It’s a typical Japanese green that tastes like a fresh breeze on a hot Summer’s day.
The 2010 Hai Lang Hao As You Like is a shou Puerh tea that contains older material. Ageing has softened the sharp edges to make it a perfect every day shou.
The 2019 Green Hype was featured in white2tea’s tea club for June 2019. It’s a sheng Puerh tea with plenty of aged maocha. Is it the perfect daily sheng?
A GuShu NaKa from 2016 is a Sheng Puerh tea that combines bitter and sweet. The sweetness goes back and forth between the different steeps.
Tea session of Exquisite Leaves’ 2017 Qianliang Little Cubes. It’s one of the top quality dark teas (heicha) from Anhua in Hunan Province.
Horizontal session of two Long Jing teas: Long Jing West Lake and Long Jing Ming Qian. Two samples of the same tea that come from different locations.
Tasting session of the white2tea club May tea! A Sheng Puer cake that will improve through ageing. The Thing Still Is ______!
Mei Leaf’s Nuzzle Diver is a Sheng Puerh is all about a green creaminess. It feels like a green tea with a lot of depth to it.