Yes! Why do you ask?JK Tea Shop wrote:Do you like Milk Oolong Tea ?
btw Do you like Dan Cong Tea?
Some Nantou Jin Xuan oolongs I've tried had a more or less pronounced natural milky kind of flavor to them, but over the years I also ran into obviously artificially flavored Milk oolongs, via free samples, which almost made me p.ke.
No, it lasts longer as the tea brews... milky, buttery..but more milky than buttery
I think you put it quite well, it's the essence of milk rather than actually having that in there.JRS22 wrote: I tried a genuine milk oolong this year for the first time. It's almost as if it contains the essence of milk or cream rather than the actual addition. This particular one, from Tea Trekker, was especially delicious. I don't usually drink rolled oolong, preferring Yancheng, but this is an exception.
Jin Xuan 'Milk Oolong, Nantou County, Taiwan 2016 Spring Pluck (late April, early May) is the exact one I purchased. I'm hoping this year's will be at least as good.
I find it retains the 'milkiness' for two steeps but it's good enough to drink for several additional steeps.g