I’m surprised that this tea was not in the database. This was a wonderful brew. I’m not completely sure on where I got this tea, but nethertheless it was awesome! The tea resembles small tendrils of smoke with bits of gold scattered about the mist. It carries a strong note of roast, black currant, and plum. I brewed these in my gaiwan. I washed them once to allow them to breathe and these small tendrils released quite the aroma. My tea room was filled with deep dark plums and a roasted chestnut scent. The flavor was somewhat different. The initial sip was bold and with a strong malt. This flavor began to fade with later steepings and it was replaced by a brown sugar taste. The whole brew is encaptured with an autumn vineyard flavor. This was a delicious tea session and I must definitely will be getting more of this.
Flavors: Plums, Roasted, Vineyards