I've been drinking Blue People's Ginseng Oolong since 2000 when I first visited China. This tea is naturally sweet from the licorice root. It's high in antioxidants and a great way to start your day if your are looking for an alternative to coffee.
I was first introduced to great taste of Blue People tea a few years ago at Pike Place Market in Seattle. Since that first taste I have tried several other types of tea but provided the satisfaction I get from Blue People tea. Tea & Whisk is my go to place for this fine tea.
I got this tea to try along with several others with my sister for the month of December as a little tea club for the two of us. I’m not a big fan of licorice, so I put off trying it. But the flavor is wonderful and mild. I don’t detect any black licorice flavor. It’s a nice flavor, different from all the other oolong varieties we sampled. Thank you so much for the wonderful teas you provide. We have had a great time experimenting with different teas this month. Trying new teas is so rewarding.
I've been drinking this tea for over 20 years.
My sister recommended that I try the Blue People Oolong from Tea & Whisk. I used to buy it elsewhere. This is as close as I have come to the tea I purchased in China over 20 years ago.
Interesting! I wasn't quite prepared for this tea, but I like it.