I have been on an Oolong kick of late. There’s something I’ve been drawn to. Perhaps it’s the added nuance of changing flavors or maybe it’s the promise of multiple steeps to keep me going. Whatever it is, this Light Roast Iron Buddha Oolong tea from Kokomo Tea sure fits in well.
There’s always a diamond in the rough. A tea that’s very good from a place unexpected. In this case, I’m talking about Teavana’s Six Summits Oolong
This delicious WuYi Mountain Oolong from Townshend’s Tea located in Portland, Oregon on the West coast of the United States. Aromatic andeasy to drink are the quick terms I’d use here.
Why oh why had I not thought of an iced Oolong tea before this!?! I can’t believe it never occured to me. Well, regardles… this surprisingly light but flavorful ready to drink iced Oolong tea is a real thirst quencher!
I mentioned Fang Gourmet Tea back at the beginning of June. They were throwing a tea tasting event up in New York. They graciously provided me with a sample of this Medium LiSan Oolong from Taiwan.
It’s been a week since the end of the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas and I’m still a little heady from the experience. Here’s a recap of my time at the Expo and my takeaway from the event.
By now you might realize that Harney & Sons is one of my favorite tea brands. I’ve covered quite a few of their teas here already and you’re assuredly going to see more. That being said, I approached this book with a clear mind and very little “fan boy” mentality, and believe I’ve come up with a review from a book I was ecstatic to pick up.