Thanks! Maybe it would be better to describe it as smooth rather than creamy. Still learning this tasting thing. And hey! I got some things right! It was cherries! yeah, rocky would be a good way to put it, but it’s underlying.Lemir wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:28 pm
I remember having that tea last year in their black tea sampler, so I've poked around for my notes Don't remember it being too creamy. I've definitely found sweetness both in aroma and taste, almost honey-like, but with more clean/rocky note, so rock sugar? Tartness got classified as cherry, it's a note I've found in most taiwanese blacks I had from TTC. From what recall it was most prominent in Red Jade cultivar. Definitely something that took some time for me to like, although this wild tea was the best one from the sampler.
Did you get the black tea sampler too? That’s how I discovered this tea. And yes, this was by far the best of the sampler. Enough so that I promptly ordered more.