Dry leaf has a very thick, creamy, buttery smell. Sweet notes come through as well.
The brewed liquor maintains the buttery smell. It also smells like what reminds me of freshly baked goods. The sweetness is still present.
This tea feels thin on the creaminess in taste. Creaminess is present mostly at the start of the sip. Mild sweetness is present closer to the end. Near the end I’m getting some delightful roasted notes.
As the tea cools, I’m getting more of a fuller cream taste closer to the end of the sip. I am also finally getting the baked goods taste that I was describing in the scent.
I really like the complexity of the tea in which I am able to detect distinct creaminess as well as roasted taste.
This tea would not likely do well past its third infusion.