282 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Prominent aroma of fall forests and mountain meadow air.
Liquor: A golden green clear liquor.
Flavour: A complex, intriguing, and refreshing flavour with a crisp undertone reminiscent of the very mountains in which it was grown.
Dry Leaf Nose: A fresh aroma of sweet garden vegetables and a fruitiness hidden behind the overall duskiness.
Liquor: A lovely golden yellow and clear colour.
Flavour: Refreshing, crisp and lingering flavour with the vegetal notes of a fine Chinese green tea.
Dry Leaf Nose: Lightly spicy and very sweet, reminiscent of decadent pumpkin pie filling.
Liquor: A clear, light gold liquor with complex yet delicate aroma of sweet pumpkin pie filling.
Flavour: Much like the aroma, the flavour is sweet, and each ingredients blends well with the others. You’ll feel like you’re eating a pumpkin pie.
Dry Leaf Nose: Strong aroma of fruits, most notably the sweet apple and apple mint. The citrus is present in the background.
Liquor: An inviting and appealing green-gold liquor
Flavour: A fruity and sweet blend with the prominence of apple mint and apple. The citrus notes are more noticeable in flavour, and there is a subtle apricot flavour as well.
Dry Leaf Nose: Citrus and earthy
Liquor: The liquor is a dark red-brown reflecting the black and pu’erh tea blend. The aroma is fresh with citrus and sweet earth.
Flavour: The pu’erh and black tea leaves are prominent along with the fresh orange flavour. There are undertones of hibiscus and the earthiness is attributed to the pu’erh.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet blueberries with hints of cinnamon
Liquor: A clear red/blue liquor reminiscent of blueberries.
Flavour: This complex mix of berries with cinnamon is like taking a trip to the local farmers market with the aroma of blueberry pie in the air. Each berry can be tasted and the cinnamon adds a wonderful sweetness.