3g and 2 rinses.
The aroma of the dry leaf is hay, dried fruits, dusty, very pleasant, has complexity and is creamy. Leaves look chopped. There are some silver tips and some green leaves in there amongst the darker green leaves and some stems. In the wet leaf aroma the fruit is much more obvious and almost citrussy; there is warm apples, cherries and strawberries. It is also creamy hay again. This is delightful.
Brewed for 4 minutes in a cup, it has concentrated fruit, it is creamy, has some complexity and the flavour lingers for a bit. The aroma is fruity with plums and is creamy. I take a sip, it is mid-strength, it does drop off a little early and it is a bit drying, but the arrival and mid-taste are good and it has a bite to it.
Flavors: Creamy, Dried Fruit, Hay