Thanks for including this sample in the package Martin! I really enjoyed it and am glad to have tried a black tea from William.
Somehow, it lands somewhere between an aged white and a more typical sun-dried black, which is most probably due to the short oxidation in large measure. It is a woody and sweet tea with hints of sawdust and smoke in the aroma. In the mouth, some additional notes of peach, malt, licorice and autumn leaf pile come forward. I also found the effect on the mind to be quite defocusing – a fairly common aspect of Jingmai teas actually.
Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Licorice, Malt, Peach, Peat, Sawdust, Smoke, Sweet, Wood