The 2019 Dong Ding from Terre de Ciel is a tea full of floral notes and butter. The later infusions had a green edge with a long-lasting aftertaste.
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.
MIST Tea’s Seasonal High Mountain Black Tea is definitely fruity. I got a fruitiness in combination with sweet sugar cane and citrus notes.
Mountain Stream Teas’ Old Master Dong Ding is a tea that offers different flavours each infusion. Roasted honey, subtle caramel and a fruity sweetness.
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.
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?
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.
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 Alishan Competition Qing Xin Oolong tea? I did a proper tea tasting and the results are tasty!