The first thing that hit me when opening the bag was how sweet the leaves smell. It is accompanied by a slight fresh scent, but it is mainly sweet. The leaves are also curled and dark in color, with deep greens and greys and browns.
Steeping gives a similar sweetly scent, with a barely minty feel. The brew is a brilliantly bright and clean yellow.
The taste is also sweet, but also more fresh and green. It isn’t strong, more rounded flavor with no astringency.
This is a very deliciously sweet and bright tea. It isn’t a surprising tea or a particularly outstanding tea, but it is a delicious tea and one that will not disappoint for enjoyment.