Something exquisite about this. Reminds me of early spring mornings, fresh dew on freshly cut grass. There is a serious spring mist flavor to this Sheng. The name is really well suited. For such a young tea, the mouthfeel is like drinking clouds. I brewed this in my purple yixing, and after about the third infusion (at 15 seconds) the mao cha really opened up, and gave a full umami feel. The viscous of this tea is sharp, full bodied, but not overly bitterly thick. The astringency is pleasant, and gives a sweet/slightly anise bitter aftertaste. This tea is full of Chi, and I felt very energetic but not giddery, (and without a stomach ache, which some young sheng-cha tend to give after long sessions) for several hours after finishing my gongfu session of this bingcha. One of the best “tea drunk” sensations I’ve had in quite a while. This almost reminded me of a good fukamushi sencha.
Flavors: Anise, Astringent, Cut grass, Lemongrass, Nutmeg, Tobacco, Umami