A very delicious tea with a dark and woody, slightly fruity (not vegetative), flavor. I have found that dark-golden whites and greens are often attended by a slightly acrid or rancid aftertaste, and this tea evades that shortcoming completely, even with high steeping times. Above all, both dark and delicate—a very enjoyable combination.
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A clean and refreshing taste.
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Hearty without being earthy. Rather, smooth and rich. Good for daily caffeine intake. Lacking for subtlety.
Delicate and lightly sweet. Peters out quickly after first or second steeping—a bit weak.
Nice taste of fermentation, but surprisingly light. Light on the stomach, too. Good for everyday use. Very pricy.