The 2017 Hou Qinqiang Fu Zhuan from Tea Joint is a sweet and spicy tea with a calming effect. It’s perfect to drink when it’s snowing outside.
Tea Joint’s Si Fang Aunt Ming Shu Puerh is a fun tea to discover. It starts out with some edgy notes but becomes really comforting towards the end.
Tea Joint’s 2019 Tai Ping Hou Kui is a fantastic tea. It has everything I look for in a green tea: a light grassiness and a sweet and roasted nuttiness.
Tea Joint’s Jin Jun Mei Golden Eyebrows has a malty flavour profile. There were also some sour berries in the early infusions, but these quickly faded.
Tea Joint’s Bai Jian white tea is a good entry-level silver needle. It consists of big hairy buds and has a sweet and fruity flavour profile.
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.