26 Tasting Notes
My favorite Oolong Supreme was not available and so I picked up the Tie Kwan Yin Oolong instead. I don’t like this one as much as the Oolong Supreme but it is good. I find it to be earthier than the Supreme. Also it tastes “roasted” (if that’s even a taste). You can tell this is a decent quality tea.
Flavors: Earth, Roasted
This tea smells awful. Strong rose oil smell is completely overpowering. Smells like beer (fermented, not hoppy). I brewed a cup of it anyway and the taste is not nearly as bad as the smell but I can tell you that this will be the one and only cup of this I will drink. Blah!
Got this as part of a set of Holiday teas and it is easily my favorite of the bunch. I like that this is peppermint but that the other spices combined with it temper the peppermint a bit to keep it from being overwhelming. Also this tea has a nice touch of sweetness to it that makes it feel like a holiday treat.
I got this as part of a set of holiday teas. I think the quality is ok but I’m not really a chocolate mint fan in general so that’s the reason for my lower rating. Tingly peppermint flavor coats your entire mouth. Chocolate flavor is very weak. I agree with the reviewer that says that the flavor gets stronger as the water cools.
Flavors: Chocolate, Peppermint