The dry leaf appears to be a BOP with some golden tips. The tea smells sweet with fruit references to raisin and plum and faintly traces of cinnamon, and bisuit. It brews to the colour of red wood. It has vegetal top notes, followed by faint bisuit, than a lingering sweet raisin flavour with faint reference to spice. The tea seems thin at first but deepens as the flavour develops in the mouth. It is fairly smooth with very little astrigency. The second steep is more biscuity and less sweet, with stronger bitter vegetal notes. This tea is another Polish tea that I picked up at a local European grocer. Quite nice for a tea in its price range.