The dry leaves are pleasantly aromatic. The tea itself is light in body and taste, though very smooth and with a clean finish. The magnolia note is hinted at, but does not linger. This is disappointing as an oolong, but might suit someone who loves lightly scented jasmine or floral teas.
The leaves don’t hold up to several infusions. My suggestion would be to brew this for a longer steep time and only re-steep the leaves once.