This Shui Xian from Zhao Zhu was surprisingly floral with a sweet, nutty aftertaste. It had all of the minerality that you would expect from a Wuyi oolong.
This Nilgiri black tea hails from the Glendale Estate. The taste was floral and fruity with crisp hints of green apple.
This small but mighty Bing Dao dragon ball packed plenty of astringency along with a sugar cane-like sweetness.
Big Racoon is a semi-wild grown South Korean daejak from Tea Bento. It was roasty and sweet with a floral finish and just a hint of umami.
Can you identify teas using nothing but your senses? I tried to do exactly that with a blind tasting from Story of My Tea.
Temomi is a rare Japanese green tea that is rolled by hand. This offering from Sugimoto America was a truly special experience.