The Qi Lan yancha from Teasenz starts out floral, buttery and sweet and it slowly changes into a mellow brew with clear floral notes.
The Da Hong Pao from Teasenz is a nice tea with an insanely sweet and intense aftertaste. From a prominent candy sweetness to more floral and buttery flavours.
The Huang Mei Gui from Teasenz is a floral yancha with a prominent butteriness. The aftertaste was sweet, buttery and long-lasting.
Mei Leaf’s Little Tong Mu is a Lapsang Souchong from Tong Mu village. My final session with this tea was fruity, floral and even a bit sweet.
Mei Leaf’s Guangxi Silver Needle is a rewarding tea. It offers a sweetness in combination with chrysanthemum flowers and even oranges if you pay attention.
Moychay’s Jin Guanyin Xiao Zhong is the perfect everyday hong cha. It offers sweet floral notes, a deep roastedness, and a long-lasting aftertaste.
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.
Tasting session of a high mountain oolong tea from Thailand. The Santikhiri Four Seasons Oolong proved to be a complex floral tea with green notes to it.
Tasting an organic and unflavoured milk oolong from Curious Tea. It’s a subtle but really delicious oolong tea from Taiwan.
Tasting a rather unknown Dan Cong oolong tea proves to be the best idea I’ve had in a long time! Buttery asparagus with floral notes: perfect combination!
I did a tea tasting of a Gui Fei oolong. Amazing tea that combines floral, woody and honey notes into something special.