My first or second (I can’t really remember the first, I was too drunk) shou I’ve tasted, so take this with a grain of salt:
Aroma is like shoving your face into a pile of old sweaters at a vintage shop. A stale piece of bittersweet baking chocolate found at the bottom of your grandmother’s leather purse. Someone made pancakes yesterday and left them in the glove box of your ‘64 mustang overnight. There’s a faint hint of earthy floral spice like nutmeg or saffron.
Flavor is mellow, dull, a little sweet, with a vague hint of astringency in later/longer steeps on the finish. Mouthfeel is thick and leaves a sort of chalky sensation, not unlike raw chocolate.
Probably not my go-to style of tea, but I can appreciate it.
Flavors: Cacao, Clay, Earth, Leather, Mushrooms, Musty, Nutmeg, Saffron, Smooth, Thick