Medium floral notes in smell and taste. Very light hints of flower greens, like a slight scent of a greenhouse from 100ft away on a hot day. Has distinguishable sour mineral notes I’d expect from a Tie Guanyin and barely distinguishable smooth/creamy pine but not a “coat-your-mouth” silky kind. None of the toast/smokiness or woody flavors develop throughout the infusions and generally a tad weak for the variety.
Balanced but light, missing some traditional characteristics of a Tie Guanyin and does not change all too much over multiple infusions (other than just getting a bit weaker).
Still a good starter for the price and better than others I’ve had.
Flavors: Flowers, Mineral