3 Tasting Notes
I think this is best during late may and early june once its getting warmer. makes you want to go watch ships coming in to the bay with a nice salty breeze in the air. It’s a little dry but the sweetness of the fruits adds quite a pleasure. mmmmmm
The name suites it well… a very dry tea but full of interesting flavors that pop out at you. I find it’s the best during rainy march days while reading some fantasy. It makes you excited for spring flowers ad has a strong smell of them too that fills up your room.
reallly rich and complex nuttyness interwoven. it’s probably one of my favorite oolongs.