|"It won't blow your mind, but its definitely a bit better than you'd expect at this price. "|
Taste and aroma are where I and the Teavivre sites listing part ways. I don't actually have anything bad to say about the flavor of this tea, rather our experiences just differed in a few key, if minor, ways. While the flavor that came across to me could be described as "Flowery" it could just as easily be described as slightly milk, in a good way. Good oolongs have a slight hint of dairy, and when it happens in a Tie Guan Yin you get a sort of wok fired magic that brings you back again and again. It won't blow your mind, but its definitely a bit better than you'd expect at this price.
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