I steeped this up with some long jing, as I got the last 20 grams at the store which was mostly nuts, apple, and green tea powder and bits.

The long jingo base was definitely present, and the Geisha Plum added a subtle sweetness to the overall tea. It made for a very green, grassy cup with fruity top notes, which was rather pleasant for sipping over morning duties (including the dreaded referencing!). I would have liked a touch more almond, although I was pleased that the almond was very natural and not at all a cloying baking essence type flavor.

Probably not a regular tea, but nice on occasion..

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