This is a complex and smooth tea that reminds me of aged, lightly oxidized white tea at times. I also like its pleasantly enveloping qi.
In the aroma I detect prunes and cherry wood, while wet leaves give off notes of port wine, fern, honey, and gardenia flowers.
The liquor has a superb oily mouthfeel and introduces a funny constrictive feeling in the back of the mouth. Its taste includes many flavours such as juniper, blue grapes, dandelion flower, burdock, prunes, fallen leaves, and acorn. The aftertaste is long, sticky and sweet with good minerality and herbaceous character.
Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Berry, Cherry Wood, Dandelion, Gardenias, Grapes, Herbaceous, Honey, Maple Syrup, Mineral, Oily, Plum, Prune, Red Wine, Smooth, Sweet