I have not explored green teas much, and I have been trying to taste more of them. This tea addresses both that deficiency and my lack of ever trying a Korean tea. I have to say that I enjoyed it. The tea does not really have the pronounced sweetness to it that I have enjoyed in some of the greens I have had so far, but it does have a very full and buttery mouth feel that I enjoy. Also, the tea has a very well-defined character of corn silk. That is Upton’s description. I was going to say vegetal or asparagus, but I think corn silk nails it more on the head. They have you infuse it at 180° for 3 minutes, but I would suggest closer to 160° for no more than 2 minutes for the first infusion, increasing time and temperature for each subsequent infusion. This tea strikes me as a good value, and I don’t really feel the effects of the caffeine on my stomach for as much as I drink. I will have this bag finished up quite quickly, and I will be ready to order the other Korean tea offered by Upton next.