The Darjeeling Gopaldhara Sencha is a green tea from Mirik Valley in Darjeeling. Its smoky character with notes of tobacco make this an unusual green tea.
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.
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.
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.
I tasted the Zhang Ping Shui Xian Floral, which is an unusual oolong tea that was pressed into small bricks and I was pleasantly surprised by the combination of floral sweetness and honey.
A subtle Taiwanese green tea made from the Qing Xin Gan Zi cultivar. This results in an interesting combination of sweetness, roasted nuts and green flavours.
A second Flush Darjeeling oolong tea that tastes like a black tea with a slice of lemon. Darjeeling Gopaldhara Maharaja is an interesting tea that offers a combination of pleasant flavours.
Lu An Gua Pian (or Melon Seed) is a delicious green tea with vegetal notes that transform into a soft creaminess. It is Spring in your teapot.
Tasting an organic and unflavoured milk oolong from Curious Tea. It’s a subtle but really delicious oolong tea from Taiwan.
I did a tea tasting of a Gui Fei oolong. Amazing tea that combines floral, woody and honey notes into something special.
Tea tasting of the black tea in Curious Tea’s January subscription box. What did I think about the Yuchi Assamica black tea?
What did I think about Curious Tea’s Four Seasons Red Oolong? Read the article to find out.
A tea tasting of Curious Tea’s Xue Ya Snow Bud white tea. A complex tea that does not want to share all of its wisdom. Read the article to find out why!