Category: tea review

DAVIDsTEA’s Lavender Buttercream | Tea Review

Zhen Tea’s Dark Tea MASTER – Process Box | Tea Review

White2Tea’s 2013 Gongmei and 2013 Shoumei | Tea Review

Zhen Tea’s Huang Da Cha | Tea Review

Tea in Spoons 5 Year & DAVIDsTEA’ Cold 911 Resteeped | Tea Review & Giveaway

Mountain Stream Teas’ Ruby 18 White Tea (Winter 2019) | Tea Review

*Customer Review of Bai lin Gongfu Black Tea* 🌱DRY LEAVES – Preciously twisted leaves, delicately, which demonstrates their careful collection and processing. The buds have a creamy shine due to the soft hairs with golden tips. Uniform size, which represents a proper manufacturing process. There are abundant tips or buds and most of the leaves are coated with those soft hairs that give it a definite shine. It is processed delicately; it has the appearance of a thin wire. Its floral and fruity aroma is noticeable instantly. 🍵INFUSION – Golden honey, orange. The cup tends towards a reddish orange color that can be labeled as coppery. Intense, clean, attractive and very pleasant fragrant perception. Powerful and deep in aroma. Intense and very suggestive. Sweet, sugary. Aromatic openness, without defects, very clean aroma. At first the aromatic contribution predominates. Pleasant aroma with a wide range of notes that are perceived. It is very sweet in nature with an overwhelming taste of warm chocolate. The infusion is illuminated with the golden hairs that give it a definite shine that predicts a good quality of the infusion. It has a sweet taste and toned honey. It has a smooth cookie flavor, with nuances of caramel, fruits and nuts. 🍃WET LEAVES – The magic of these thin, elongated dry leaves that unfold in the water is lovely, with a bright orange appearance. Once infused its coloration is a hot chocolate color. Intense hazelnut Its wavy, ribbed and unopened appearance is beautiful, hypnotic. They seem plasticized. Thin sheets tend to open into elongated pointed leaves. It has a pleasant aroma that is like sugarcane, accompanied by some nutty scents and roasted woods. ✍🏼OPINION – A great tea to try and enjoy at any time of the year. Its fragrance and flavor is second to none. You have to try it to enjoy and savor something unique. It is a tea to repeat and have it at home for very special moments; It will always tell us something different in each infusion we do. Cheer up! It won´t let you down. 📷Photo by Matías C.💕

2020 Toronto Tea Festival: DAVIDsTEA | Event Recap & Tea Review

*Customer Review of Guangxi Liu Bao Cha Dark Tea*

Its leaves are prominent, large and thick. Composed of a bud and two leaves. Robust looking, with an aged appearance. It tends to be compared to the skin of a tree, cut into pieces and tightly rolled and twisted. Hard and elegant texture. The appearance of the leaves in general leans more towards the brown tint, with hazelnut tones. Medium size, sometimes large, twisted on themselves. Its aroma is scarce. Subtle memories of wet woods. INFUSION In general, burgundy red with ruby nuances. Bright, not too dark. Intense color and very attractive tonality. Clean and bright hues. Infusion bright and alive. With a velvety, sweet aroma. With a taste “wo dui” (without much taste of wet pile) very little. Subtle and wooden bitter chocolate. Dried fruit flavor. Wooden like. Silky and nothing astringent. Clean and attractive aroma with clean and careful notes. Mineral souvenir, earthy notes. A certain degree of palatability (quality of being pleasant to the palate). WET LEAVES Of an attractive elegance. Bright, elastic. When deployed they show the two leaves and the bud of what they are composed of. They still retain some curls of their initial form. Its wood fragrance is noticeable after the infusion, accompanied by earthy smell. OPINION It is the first time I try this tea. I was pleasantly surprised by its great taste, very different from the pu’erh that I have usually taken because it does not have that intense flavor to “wo dui”, which makes it very attractive to the palate. In the future, I will order this tea. I recommend it to tea lovers pu´erh. They will love to try it. 📷Photo by Matías C.

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