This tea seems more about aromas than the taste or texture, even though those are interesting too if one pays close enough attention.
Dry leaves smell of forest, mint, plum and fenugreek seeds. Among the notes after the rinse are freshly baked bread rolls, ammonia, burdock, blackberry and carrot.
The taste is subtle and can at times appear to be somewhat weak. Beneath the overall mineral character and black grape note, however, there lies a multitude of fleeting flavours.
As for the mouthfeel, I found it to be quite silky and numbing. It is a slightly unusual texture I’d say, coupled with the lighter body than what one might expect from white teas with comparable character in this aspect.
Flavors: Baked Bread, Forest Floor, Grapes, Mineral, Mint, Pastries, Plants, Plums, Rainforest, Sweet