The 2007 Lan Ting Chun Yo Ji Cha from Vin-Satori is another winner! An organic sheng puerh with notes of honey, prunes, apricots and a spiciness towards the end.
Teasenz’ Yunnan Gold is a beauty to look at. The magnificent golden buds offer a sweet and woody aroma while the flavours go from sweet to malty.
Tea Encounter’s Zheng Si Long 2015 Wa Long is a subtle tea that offers a complex sweetness and an intense Qi that will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
Wu Dong Mi Lan Xiang is a tea that combines bitterness and sweetness. The flavours change from bitter in the beginning to an exotic sweetness at the end.
Thetea.pl’s Songboling Roasted Jin Xuan Gui Fei is a tea that just rolls down your throat. Flavours of roasted and buttery honey with a sweetness in the finish.
Mountain Stream Teas’ Old Master Dong Ding is a tea that offers different flavours each infusion. Roasted honey, subtle caramel and a fruity sweetness.
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 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.