I thought this was a Lapsang “blend”, but after having a few cups, it’s really “just” lapsang souchong. It’s a good one, I still think Upton’s Lapsang is slightly better.
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fairly light, very flavorful; reminds me of Harney & Sons “Paris” in its floral notes.
Very light colored steep, no real bitterness. Nice variety.
Smooth, very much the same sense of oolong as from the twinings I just drank, but smoother and more flavorful. A nice change of pace, a very nice oolong.
Nice smooth green tea. I’m not the biggest Green tea fan, but this is a nice tea. Not sharp or bitter at all.
Medium Bodied tea, Medium broken leaf size, nothing too special to say about this one.
Flavorful, has maybe Bergamont, Vanilla and Anise. Though milder than some Earl Grey’s I’ve had, which in some versions has been overpowering.
Reminds me of a slightly lighter Keemun Snail. Fairly long leave segments, almost full-leaf?
Very smooth, I like it.
Very smooth, very flavorful. capable of a long steep without getting bitter.
A nice, smooth, general-purpose tea. Nothing stands out too much one way or another.
It’s a pretty fine-chopped tea, will steep pretty quickly.
I don’t use sugor or milk, so I don’t steep a long time, but this is still a very nice Tea.