This 2021 First Flush Long Jing from Teasenz feels fresh and green at the start but has a prominent nuttiness and sweetness towards the end.
The Bei Dou Yi Hao from Teasenz was a lightly roasted yancha with a fruity twist. There was also a hint of caramelised sugar in some infusions.
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.
Rou Gui is a famous Wuyi Yancha and this one shows why. Prominent sweetness with cinnamon notes that flow through the infusion into the aftertaste.
The Wild Orange 2009 Ripe Puer Tangerine from Teasenz is the perfect introduction to shou puer tea. There is a subtle earthiness and an orange sweetness.
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.
The Anji Bai Cha from Teasenz is a fantastic green tea. It offers a creamy nuttiness and some citrus notes that work really well together.
Teasenz’ Fujian Silver Needle is a sweet tea that almost tastes like wine gums. The later infusions offer flavours of citrus fruits.
Teasenz’ Lapsang Souchong is a complex black tea that combines maltiness with sweet and exotic fruits. This tea really brightened my day.
Teasenz’ Liu An Gua Pian is an explosion of green flavours at the beginning. This changes into sweetness and nuttiness, which is an enjoyable combination.