Long thing lightly twisted green leaves roughly an inch and a quarter long are what make up this tea. The dry aroma is light and sweet. The lightly floral scents remind me of a hillside covered with flowers.
Once brewed the leaves produce a light yellow liquor. The color makes me think of honeycomb for some reason. The brewed aroma is smooth and sweet. Hints of butter and honey are present with the floral overtones.
The flavor is also smooth. The liquor literally coats the mouth. While there is some drying at the tip of the tongue, there’s no astringency to speak of. Butter and honey come through nicely in the texture and flavor profiles. The flavor is less floral than the aroma.