MEM Tea Tung Ting is an affordably priced Dong Ding oolong that offers notes of toasted cereal followed by juicy hints of apricot.
Yancha is a tea term that translates as rock tea. It refers to oolong teas produced in the Wuyi Mountains of Fujian Province in China.
Dong Ding Roasted from Tillerman Tea was surprisingly mild but offered a lot of staying power. The roast was well balanced without being smokey or heavy.
This Da Hong Pao oolong from Little Red Cup Tea Co. is a bit unusual because it hails from Hubei Province. It was a sweet and mellow yet complex.
Li Shan Cui Feng from Daurium was vegetal with an almost umami-like savory quality. The finish had a lovely lingering hint of orchid.
Enchanting Fragrance from Mei Mei Fine Teas was suprisingly fruity for a Wuyi oolong. I was reminded of perfectly ripe pomegranate.