The 1997 Vintage Tieguanyin from Nannuoshan is an aged oolong tea that offers a combination of sweet apricots, honey, and some tannic notes here and there.
The Premium Wuyi Big Red Robe from Hey China is a mellow, floral and sweet tea. Towards the end, it had pleasant energy and a warming body sensation.
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 2019 Formosa Dong Ding Qingxin Traditional from Tee Kontor Kiel is a solid oolong tea that offers floral flavours with roasted notes and a sour edge.
The Tea Guru’s 2018 Winter Duck Shit Aroma Dan Cong is a really light tea. If you pay attention, you’re rewarded with a soft fruitiness and subtle honey.
Tea Joint’s Taiwanese GABA Grape Oolong has flavours that like to play hide and seek. Roasted cherries and fresh appels take turns in showing themselves.
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.
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.
A famous name when talking about tea is Dong Ding. What does this mean and where does it come from? What is it that makes this tea special?
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.
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.
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.
Tasting an organic and unflavoured milk oolong from Curious Tea. It’s a subtle but really delicious oolong tea from Taiwan.