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