Thin florals and the typical “juiciness” of good, heavily roasted TGY take the forefront as the agedness unfurls slowly in the midst of the more immediate rock-like qualities. The real action is in that slowly developing complexity. A good balance of aged swarthiness and heavily roasted . . . roastiness.It’s very durable, too. One testament to the quality of this tea is that only after multiple steeps is it’s complexity reduced to that of the peak flavors of lesser teas.