Creamy Honey Oolong. The name alone makes me drool. This is another unique offering from Embrew, a company that has taken sweetening tea to a different level.
Embrew offers an all in one solution to tea drinkers who enjoy adding a touch of sugar or honey to their tea. I tried their Steamed Honey Green not too long ago and did enjoy the experience. So I thought I’d give another one of their offerings a go.
Smooth, sweet silky, and absolutely delicious. That was my first impression of this tea. Creamy Honey Oolong is a simple yet so satisfying green oolong with honey granules. I was worried that the honey would overwhelm the oolong flavors but that wasn’t the case at all. The honey provides just the right amount of sweetness that I found myself really enjoying. There was also a lovely creamy feel through out . Delicious from the beginning to the end of every sip.
Overall, this is a tea that I would love to have in my tea stash. Like the Steamed Honey Green, I don’t think I would drink this on a daily basis (because of the added sweetness) but could definitely drink this tea a few times a week. Plus, this tea would be a great tea to keep on hand when I’m running a bit late in the morning-which happens a lot more than I like to admit. Just prep water, throw the tea bag in, and I’m good to go.
So far, this is my favorite of the teas I’ve tried from Embrew. Gotta love it -a quality tea that comes with the convenience factor!
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Oolong
Where to Buy: Embrew
This green oolong has a natural subtle creaminess brought on by the unique cultivation that emphasizes the soft, milky quality. We’ve paired it with pure granulated honey to further bolster the rich sweetness.
Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!
Tea is a passion that quickly turned into an obsession, very similar to my love for polka dots, the horror genre, and anything that is geeky and fun.I drink all kinds of tea and will try a tea twice to make sure I didn't bumble the first infusion.
Besides SororiTea Sisters, I'm also the blogger and genius (I use that word very loosely) behind CuppaGeek, where I review tea, books, and the horror genre.