I brewed this tea in a more respectful fashion today than when I wrote my last note, and I ended up with 13 infusions and a bit more palatable profile. My overall impression hasn’t changed much though. It’s a nice one for a 0.1$/g Yiwu, but hardly suitable for anything other than casual drinking imo.
The taste profile is indeed pretty sweet and tart with a short-lived bitterness. Today, the flavours I wrote down in my notes include apple, meat, wood, passion fruit, straw, honey, and pattypan squash. Additionally, vanilla and lemongrass also appeared in the aftertaste which has a strong huigan for a huangpian.
Flavors: Apple, Bitter, Floral, Honey, Lemongrass, Meat, Passion Fruit, Straw, Sweet, Tart, Vanilla, Vegetal, Wood