I smell the leaves: they have a strong aroma of roses…
I taste the plain liquid.
It is dry yet just a hint of sweet prevails! It is also very floral, very rosy.
When I look at the tea in my mug, the liquor is a clear green…
I add sweet.
The sweet brings out the floral flavor of the roses nicely.
I go outside, in burning heat, to watch my little brother skateboard.
Sipping the tea, I think of clouds on this cloudless day…
The tea is still dry.
I have my little brother try some.
“Tastes like sugary water roses.” he says with a matter-of-fact tone as a wide grin spreads across his face.
I smile back.
I suppose he’s right.
This is a nice tea for deep thinking, as the name suggests it is. It makes me think of slow-moving clouds shifting distantly in the sky.