I love the name of this, because the shape and size of the leaves are, indeed, very eyebrow-esque. Each individual leaf is quite small, but it’s extremely fun to see and smell them. The scent of the dry leaf is lightly sweet, with a hint of the distinctive smell of a Yunnan red.
The first infusion yielded a nice amber liquor and the aroma was particularly sweet. It started out like the scent of damp hardwoods, lying out in the morning after a night’s rain. With the first sip or two, it became a high, clear floral scent, bordering on rose. This first infusion was becoming a bit overpowering for me, personally, but my friend enjoyed it quite a lot.
With the second and third infusions, the floral tone grew milder and no longer overpowered me. At the same time, the red tea flavor started coming out of the woodwork in a very subtle way, mostly as an after-taste. I have to say, I greatly preferred this tea after the first infusion was consumed. Again, this speaks more to my personal taste than anything else.