This is a very pleasant Yi Wu tea, but that’s kind of the main take away for me. It has a cooling, expansive and long-lasting aftertaste. The body is medium to full, with a smooth and not very thick texture. Also, the tea doesn’t last as long as I would have hoped for.
In dry leaves, I can smell nuts, citrus fruits and a grassy meadow. Wet leaves also smell nutty with additional notes of olive and apple leaves, flowers, kale and vodka.
The taste is pungent, sweet and grassy. There are flavours like bark, honey, hazelnut, walnut skins and toasted grains.
Flavors: Apple, Bark, Bitter, Citrus Fruits, Flowers, Grain, Grass, Hazelnut, Herbaceous, Honey, Kale, Nuts, Olives, Smooth, Sweet, Toasted, Walnut