Being still new to tea, this reminded me of a Formosa of sorts but that’s just me. It’s more according to the site a cross between a anxi tieguanyin and a green baozhong, which explains why I loved it. The leaves are full and large. The soup is light, getting deeper with each infusion and this tea is a long hauler for a light Oolong. It’s very floral and fresh, smooth on the creamy side, yet dry, if that makes any sense. Slight astringency but steeps long (like when I forgot I was steeping it for 5 minutes) with no bitterness. There are notes of flowers along with a greeny veg flavor as well. It’s balanced, refreshing. I’d drink this all day iced on a summer day. I started the steeps at around 30 seconds, increasing time with subsequent steeps. Aside from all this, I have enjoyed all the teas I’ve tried from Jeffery at UNYtea, a very new, young on line tea shop that I hope you will head over to and try his teas. I like supporting small business ventures.