632 Tasting Notes
The dry leaf of this tea smells incredible with a sweet deep chocolatey aroma. The flavour doesn’t transfer perfectly from the aroma and the mouthfeel is rather thin. Still, it is much appreciated that a good quality black tea is used for the base and the chocolate flavour is there as a good complement.
Both dry leaf and brewed tea have a barn-y aroma that I am not familiar with in a white tea.
Medium mouthfeel and strong white tea flavour- reminiscent of the Scottish Daleroch tea I tried a few weeks ago. Very soft and delicate sweetness trails into the aftertaste. Leather note.
Flavors: Barnyard, Leather, Sweet