This was a nice floral and fruity blend. It has some similarities to Davids Three wishes, but three wishes for some reason always reminds me of watermelon and summer whereas this one has a spicier floral element that makes the tea seem a bit more sophisticated and year round to me. The sencha and floral blend create a fragrance that does smell like cut warmed peaches mixed with a spicy floral from the roses. The top notes were a mix of fruit and sweet vegetal notes form the sencha followed by a mix of floral spice (rose and almost a lavender note) and a mild bitterness. The base is astringent, not horribly so, but enough that one notices. The aftertaste is of floral spice with a hint of sweetness. This tea rebrewed fairly decently.There seems to be a various companies that carry very similar or perhaps the same blend, so if I crave this style of tea again I should be able to find it.