I pretty much like Vietnamese teas. It doesn't matter whether they are green, oolong, or black, I like them. There is some kind of reliability in them, something that never lets you down. Not to mention that they mostly are, in consideration of their quality, unbelievably inexpensive.
The pot is preheated and these leaves, curled into the shape of small balls, are put in. Immediately, the flower-like smell, resembling Taiwanese mountain teas more than anything else, spreads out and fills the room.
The taste is sweet and fruity, very refreshing and, once again, very similar to Taiwanese jade oolongs. Another thing I should mention is the wonderful aftertaste - very full and complex. It's that kind of flavor that is still present even an hour after drinking.
This tea never gets bitter. I forgot to pour the third infusion on time and left in in the pot with leaves for about five minutes - but still, the tea was just a little bit stronger. The sweetness and fruity taste were remaining.