In a simple comparison of Oolongs, I prefer the Queen’s China over the Fanciest Formosa and Apple Oolong. While I enjoyed the Fanciest Formosa Oolong by Harney and Sons, I crave a more robust tea. Ironically, I loved both the robust taste and apple flavor of the Apple Oolong by Dragonwater; however, I believe the Queen’s China Oolong is a better quality tea. Let’s talk about tea…
Composition: Oolong tea leaves from China – nothing more and nothing less.
Dry Visual: A mixture of long curly green leaves with touches of brown and light green (some might classify as silver). Visually, Queen’s China Oolong Tea reminds me of the Fanciest Formosa Oolong I recently reviewed.
Dry Aroma: I was surprised by the sweet smell of this tea. Especially after I brewed and tasted.
If looking for an unflavored oolong, I would recommend the Queen’s China Oolong Tea. I just finished my second cup and I must say, it was just as good the second time. Until we meet again… Happy Tea Drinking!