Reviewing Dec. 2017, this tea is not currently listed on Vahdam’s site, but was available in their green tea sampler pack.
Overall, this is a mild, sweet and savory tea with a good body. Although I tend to prefer teas with more punch to them, the balance of grassy, sweet, and savory kept me coming back to it.
It’s fairly mild-mannered and soft-spoken, but still maintains a nice body and a complex development of flavors. It reminds me of a Mao Feng I had a while ago. There’s a bit more of an herbal edge to it, which I’ve come to expect from these Indian greens, but overall a nice combination of sweet and savory.
Dry leaf: dried green herb (parsley, cilantro, sassafras), dewy grass. In preheated vessel: roasted peanut, thick honey sweetness, edamame
Smell: light honey and cooked vegetables (edamame)
Taste: dewy grass, light honey, edamame. Honey and tart red fruit in finish. Hints of green herb/spice in aftertaste – mint, cilantro.