Ruined the first session. It was like drinking a grapefruit. Bitter. With bits of tropical notes. Not sure if this is a blend that can stand for a second session but let’s try. One minute is best to lift out the best flavors. Two minutes tops. You get a sense of the green teas with the slightly bitter and grassy notes but mainly all I taste are tropical notes. The rose notes are extremely slight.

Based on the appearance of the wet and dry leaves I would not call this a white tea. There are more of the green leaves and is not dominated by fluffy tips like the description says. Granted maybe the white has been macerated to the point that it’s hard to tell.

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