This tea was grown in the 1000 island lake district in Hangzhou, China. The dried leaves are are twisted and range in colour from light to dark sage and olive green are quite crispy and taste and smell of clover, hay and something a little bit floral.
The brewed tea has a light floral, fruity scent, with a faint hint of smoke. It has a light body and a silky mouthfeel and leaves a freshening feeling at the front of mouth. It can take a higher temperature without getting bitter. It tastes of a hint of smoke and clover (both the herb and the flowers), and floral spice at first sip. It lightens to a freshening taste with the taste quickly dissipating, leaving a faint fruitiness and aftertaste of fresh plum. Overall a nice pleasant tea.