3 Tasting Notes
This is a tea with a very long-lingering aftertaste. It is a very lightly smoky, very very earthy tea. Like a scoop of wet earth and stone in a cup. There’s something I can’t place in the aroma and flavour; it is the key feature that stands out and yet I can’t place it — it’s not merely vegetal but something exceedingly so. It isn’t grassy but tastes of dirt. In the nicest possible way.
Flavors: Ash, Autumn Leaf Pile, Bark, Campfire, Cardboard, Clay, Compost, Dates, Decayed wood, Dirt, Forest Floor, Green Wood, Loam, Moss, Musty, Peat, Peat Moss, Pleasantly Sour, Rainforest, Toasted, Wet Rocks, Wet wood
Yunnan and Darjeeling blend. Nicely twisted, non-uniform dry leaves. Liquor is a deep, clear brown-hued amber colour with supple, full body and pleasant aftertaste that doesn’t leave quickly. Very light, flowery aroma from the Darjeeling. A little bit of malt. Very woodsy, light taste; mild but not weak. I preferred this on its own with no milk.
Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Forest Floor, Malt, Peat Moss, Round , Toasty, Wet Wood