capheind wrote:And because nobody will say they flavor it that proves they don"t?
That's not what I meant. What I mean is, flavored "milk oolong" is not something normal, therefore I don't hope people regard it as a normal product, and I don't hope people think there is even a remote relation between the flavored milk oolong and the real good oolong with milk flavor. The fake stuff, if it's produced, it's not produced in a legal factory and not by approved procedure.
The natural "milk oolong", in my mind is just jin xuan. Since "milk oolong" is a vague term, I've seen people refer to other oolong varietals as "milk oolong" too, and it is true that many oolongs can achieve milk kind flavor. Jin Xuan is mainly produced in Taiwan. It has unique leaf shape compared with other Taiwan oolong varietal. But trying to recognize it among all oolong varietals just by leaf feature would be a challenge.