Another from Sips by. I dunno why I was hesitant to try this one. I always do that with oolong and I don’t know why. I can’t remember having a bad experience with one or anything.
This oolong falls on the roasted side instead of floral. It’s very smooth and mild. Pleasant as a breakfast tea, for sure. It almost tastes like a black tea. In fact, if I was sipping this blind, I wouldn’t guess this was oolong. It even comes out to a black tea color. While it’s tasty and savory, it just feels kind of boring. No notes stand out in particular to me. It’s not bland, exactly. Just unremarkable.
Flavors: Roasted, Smooth, Toasty