The Leaf: Very long, curled and mostly unbroken brownish to grey brown. When brewed they turn a slightly more greyish green color and unfurl only slightly for the first brew.
The Brew: The aroma is light and sweet, but not easy to detect. The taste is also very light but has a tannin quality much like red wine and is slightly bitter. The liquor is pale yellowish brown.
Note: I brewed this tea at a very skewed ratio weight-wise. The package of leaves was only 7 grams, but resulted in roughly 4 tsp by volume. Normally, the ratio I use for any tea I make is 1tsp/250ml.
I drink all of my teas cold.
Flavors: Grapes, Tannin