I picked this tea up a few weeks ago out of curiosity. I have never tried any Korean teas and thought this might be a worthwhile adventure.
The first time I tried it I wasn’t a huge fan (I steeped it at too high of a temperature), but I tried it again at a lower temperature and it turned out pretty well. This tea is definitely different from most greens.
The tea is generally light. When you sip it you get a nice smooth vegetal taste followed by a slight bitterness that gives the tea some boldness. It has a nice saltiness to it as well, which goes well with any seafood.
Overall great tea. A little bit different and very delicate, but if you’re into try something new I would recommend it.