Slight floral scent to the first steeping, which results in a floral note upfront. It reminds me of chrysanthemums, but then deepens into a rounded grassy note that lingers. I am normally not a huge fan of floral teas, preferring deeper-notes, but I believe this tea is a good tea to have mid-afternoon, which is when I am currently enjoying it.
As far as prep goes, It’s a beautiful tea to observe. I chose to make this in my English-style pot, using 1/2 the regular amount I normally would have, to appreciate the difference in volume that normally comes with preparing an oolong.
Flavors: Floral, Grass