|Another great red tea. Keep the tea amount used small and so much more the flavor will show.|
|Very nice Chinese black, not very different from the standard (good!) taste of a high quality Chinese black: rich dark taste etc etc.
Itīs a cheaper alternative to keemun I suppose.
And I ordered too early and got the 2010 crop, so the 2012 crop should be much tastier.|
|Itīs the first time I ordered the Bai Lin Ju Hong. It brews a lighter-colored liquor than other blacks I have tasted, and its aroma is also on the lighter side - I certainly expected it to be a little stronger. But itīs quite sweet and does remind tangerine peel, specially the aftertaste - not as strong as an Earl Grey, but also good.
|i like this a lot...very smooth and delicious taste.|
Slava ZM (6/14/2012)
|I observe this tea to have a lighter ring of fire when presented in a tasting bowl. In terms of presentation , it certainly is camera friendly.|
|Sweet with noticeable orange peel notes and a bit tannic for a Chinese black but it blends beautifully with the orange/citrus taste. Not as strong or as thick as I was expecting but unique and fantastically delicious. |
|I got this tea before awhile ago and for some reason I thought I remembered a more gold leaves, however, still one of the best Black (red) teas I have ever had. Not quite as bold and strong as other blacks but more sweeter and has a smooth aftertaste. |
|Very nice! Another of my favourites. In general I find that Fujian produce a lot of my very most favourite teas.|
|Less like the other Bai Lin, which tastes like the medium gold black, it has more acid or tannin. I agree, with previous posts, like an assam or possibly a ceylon.|
|Solid tea. I agree with the previous reviewer that it is unusual for China black. It reminded me, however, of a good assam tea. I liked it. |
|good tea, with a soft citric note. not what I am used to drink when it comes to a chinese black... more on the line of a ceylon for me.|