This tea starts off quite floral with a nice green olive note, hay, a hint of wood/nuts, and a fresh green spice that isn’t quite grassy. It has a huge minerality that builds over each brew. The first sip is initially quite thin but the mouthfeel and mouth characterstics build with each sip and each brew. light bitterness with a solid cooling and lingering sweetness.

My only qualm with this tea is it is extremely drying, it has a huge burst of minerality which is very drying – almost metallic/ astringent. This trait stayed with the tea throughout every brew, and became stronger as some of the lighter flavors faded.

Qi is pretty heady and stays for a good amount of time.

I’d take the bang dong anyday over this.

8 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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