This tea has unbeatable dry leaf aroma. The wet leaf smell is also very enticing, sweet and soothing. It reminds me of beef broth, leek and some kind of cookie which I couldn’t identify.
The taste is a mix between nutty/floral taste of Long Jing and vegetal/umami taste of Sencha. At low temperatures it is more brothy and floral at higher temperatures the astringency and nuttiness is more present.
If you like green tea, you absolutely shouldn’t hesitate with this one. You won’t be disappointed.
Flavors: Broth, Cookie, Leeks, Nutty, Sweet, Warm Grass, Vegetal