2 Tasting Notes
The taste begins with the pleasant brown nut-like flavor characteristic of a Lung Ching, then moves to a seaweed green vegetal flavor and finishes with the classic bright astringency. A contemplative, physical green tea without a lot of subtlety, like hiking the Smokey Mountains with just the bare necessities.
This has been my wife’s favorite tea for years, so we always have some in the house. It enjoys a bit of milk but requires at least a lump of sugar, which is a negative for me. It has a nice almond, cinnimon, vanilla flavor and pairs well with knitting and the house of the three bears.