I had a really busy day, so I didn’t have time to do a play-by-play for this tea. I’ve recently found that I’ve acquired more of a taste for Sheng, and the consequence of this is that I find this tea to be better than I remember. The flavor was also delightfully complex, with all sorts of interesting flavors clamoring for attention in the early steepings. I know that I’ve only really been into tea for about six months, but the fact that this tea still defies description only serves to illustrate how complex the flavor profile for this tea is. I only had time for five infusions, but during these the flavors started to sort themselves out and the tea became a great deal sweeter. It’s a bit of a shame that I can’t continue to brew more of this tea because even the last infusion still exhibited flavor development, and I think that the leaves still had more to give.