Dry leaf aroma: Malt with hints of cherry.
Dry leaf appearance:

Wet leaf aroma: Stone fruit and a crisp tartness.
Wet leaf appearance: https://www.instagram.com/p/BSwkUkuj_8F/

Preparation: Brewed western style in a ceramic infuser mug.

First steeping: 4 minutes at 212 degrees.
Freshly brewed, brisk tannin and malty notes are most prevalent, with a stone fruit aftertaste. A creamy mouthfeel is present at the end of the sip. As the cup cools a vibrant cherry note comes to the forefront and the creamy mouthfeel is more prominent in the aftertaste. I let this cup cool completely, after which the cherry essence truly came out and lingered pleasantly for quite a while after the sip.

Flavors: Cherry, Malt, Tannic

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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