Wow does the dry leaf smell fruity! The sencha leaves are small grass clippings when dry and large lush dark green pieces after brewing. There are some stems and fruit pieces in the mix. I steeped per the instructions at 170d for 2 minutes.
The brew is light yellow green and smells really tasty. There is a hint of spinach in the wet tea leaf. The sip is very fruity and tastes like it smells but without the spinach. There is no lingering nasty or candy aftertaste. The leaf smell of the second cup, @ 2 1/2 minutes, was Trix cereal! The brew scent and sip remained consistent with the first cup. I am not normally a fruit tea drinker but this is really good.
Sample provided by Fusion Tea Room http://www.fusiontearoom.com/
Slightly longer review can be found on my blog http://theeverdayteablog.blogspot.com/2012/03/fusion-teas-super-fruit-sencha.html