Dry Leaf Aroma: The dry leaf has a shrub smell think woody thicker type shrubs. Their is a light sweetness to it think kind of like a sweet pea.
Wet Leaf Aroma: Has a floral note in it and a almost buttery or creamy smells almost like it is going to be heavy.
The Liquor: Yellow green in color and has a nice brightness. Good clarity doesn’t look murky.
Taste: There was the floral note I smelled along with the sweet pea flavor. The body texture feels watery not thick. The after taste is there but light. As this tea cools it seems like the after taste lasts a little bit longer in the after taste.
My Score: 88 Not the best Ti Kuan Yin I have had. If your looking for a great Tie Guan Yin and you don’t mind spending some money on it then my advise is to try Naivetea Mu Zha Tie Guan Yin This review is done in my humble opinion.