For me, this tastes fine for a greener and less roasted TGY, and it has an amazing aroma, lots of body. But as you keep steeping, it gets kinda vegetal after tasting. Not bitter, just loses it’s pizzaz.
The leaves of this selection display a range of color, with tans, dark olive greens and browns. Rolled in a semi-loose fashion, this tea is processed in the Muzha style (i.e., with a finishing light roast). The smooth liquor is sweet, with both fruity and flowery notes. The finish is clean and lightly sweet. Produced in Anxi, Fujian province.
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