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Second go at making this tea. I doubled the amount of tea I used and also the time I left it to steep (to about 7-8 mins). I noticed the tea leaved were able to expand nicely with the added time, so hopefully its flavour profile did as well!
The aroma, again, is wonderfully enticing, a little bit sweet, and still reminds me if lychee. It’s so weird, but really nice at the same time!
The green tea flavour did expand a bit to be more fulfilling, I’m even getting a bit of that sweetness in each sip – not quite enough to be quite satisfying to my taste buds, though. Overall, the taste of this tea did improve by adding more strength to it. However, IMO if the flavour of tea doesn’t live up to the expectations it makes with its wonderful aroma, I find it disappointing because I want my taste buds to enjoy it as much as my nose!
It’s a decent tea, and I give it a slightly improved rating, but not one that has me wanting for more.
The aroma of this tea almost reminds me of lychee juice, which is interesting but quite nice-smelling. I accidentally made it with freshly boiling water instead of not-quite-boiling, and had to wait a while before being able to take the first sip!
I was a little bit disappointed with the flavour, however, it did not match the intensity of the aroma. In fact, it tastes a bit like a watered-down version of regular sencha green tea. Next time I will steep longer than the recommended 3.5mins in order to try to get more subtle flavours out of the whole blend.