Teavivre Taiwan Jin Xuan Milk Oolong Tea


Let’s be honest, I wouldn’t have bought this. It has “milk” in the name and I’m not sure what that is to mean in a tea.Well, it doesn’t mean milk in the traditional sense of drinking from a cow! I really love this tea. Thanks to Teavivre for the sample!

The leaves are rolled and end up very large. I used too many on my first brewing and it filled up my mug. Oops. No matter, even with the over addition of leaves it never got bitter and I could still get a decent second mug out of the leaves.

The tea itself is very light and floral. Smooth as well which was surprising since I added so much. I guess I can see a creamy smoothness that might be associated with milk, but I think it’s better.

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