This wasn’t nearly as intense as I expected. There is a lot going on, yet it’s very mild. Once my tastebuds had settled down and embraced that this was a more subtle tea than I was bracing them for, I quite liked it. It’s a quieter tea than any of the other 52teas blends I’ve had, which is in fact nice.
The sencha is actually most prominent off the top, and it’s quite good. Light. This is more of a lightly flavoured sencha to me than a fruit tea. The fruit is more noticeable at the end of each sip/in the aftertaste. I can’t really discern any individual flavours. I’m not even going to try. But, it does remind me a lot of those little tins of fruit cocktail that everyone ate in elementary school.