Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
One of the best
(also known as Ti Kuan Yin)
This is a highly-regarded tea in China. It’s lightly roasted, has a green overtone, and a subtle, light, smooth, delicate aroma. I’m drinking it in spring, which I think brings its quality out to perfection. The package says you can brew oolong at 195°, but with this one I brew at 175°, which brings out it’s more floral as well as latent buttery quality, that distinctive note prevalent in Milk Oolong. The last cup I made was so buttery I must have hit the sweet spot for brewing. This is a wonderful tea if you like your oolongs light and subtle. Just don’t brew too hot or you’ll lose a lot of its delicate notes.
- Smooth as silk, fragrant, with just the right amount of that green bite, without being bitter.
iron goddess of mercy
- Nice light tea with fresh green notes. I had it hot.
- One of the best