I really like the taste of this tea. This is one of my favourite. I could not forget about it.
I have been a faithful drinker of Jin Juan milk oolong for years. I thought I would try Guangzhou Milk Oolong, just to see. I am VERY happy I did. This is a wonderful creamy, butter, milky oolong. It brews well, and I am able to brew the same leaves 3 times each, getting a distinct flavor from each brewing: all very good. My favorite is the 2nd brew! I will make sure this is always in my cupboard from now on.
Excellent milky tea. My favorite and better quality than the cheaper one on this site. Highly recomend
by Jerred Toews
This tea doesn’t lose its flavour with multiple infusions, like some cheaper milk oolongs. The smell is of dulce de leche very intoxicating and heavy on the flavour, which is good! It’s not too much. I would Prefer tea with a bit more body to go with the lovely flavour and that’s the only reason for 4/5 . The flavour/smell was to die for!
It's okay as for oolong, but it most definitely doesn't taste like milk oolong at all. This is very disappointing as I love milk oolongs and read some very positive reviews before buying. I shouldn't have ignored the critical ones as they very 100% true. This smells milky but when you actually make tea it has nothing to do with a typical milk oolong flavour.
The tea is fairly strong and gives off a lot of flavour on the second and third go, even though I typically don't do that with other oolongs as they become too subtle for my taste.
My experience of this tea is not aligned with the other reviews here. I find it very light, and not creamy and rich flavour. It tastes herbal. I wonder if the wrong tea was packaged as milk oolong?
It's an okay tea. I agree that it doesn't taste like other milk oolongs. It is more floral with a berry after taste. Won't be keeping this in the rotation.
Honestly this tea appears to be scented. The floral flavors are not very natural tasting. I like many of the oolongs from this company but I would not recommend this tea for those looking for natural, subtle flavors.
I also found this tea really artificial tasting and smelling. And according to other sources its a myth milk oolong is steeped in milk, its simply a flavour descriptive like wine tasting of blackberries etc.