Aroma is grassy and kelpy, with a smell that reminds me of sugar cookies. Full bodied with some nice astringency. Strong, green, vegetal, and very lingering. In the cup it is bright and clear, greenish, yellow/gold.

This is very distinctly “green”…sort of epitomizes what I’m thinking when I think of green tea. By third of fourth infusion the kelpy aroma is less pronounced, and the flavor tends more towards sweetness.

Very enjoyable!

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Longtime tea drinker, lifelong tea student. Lapsang Souchong started it for me. My preference is for single origin teas. Aged oolongs and sheng puerhs being a couple favorites. That said, I will always have a spot in my heart for a cup of PG Tips with a splash of soy milk!

I like fruit and spice, but prefer to keep those relegated to herbal blends. Herbals will always have a place in my cupboard for late night sipping.


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