This tea has a mild aroma of forest floor with some wet wood and mushroom notes, which I found very calming. The body is medium and it is also slightly mouthwatering.
In the taste I mostly noticed bread crust and a bit of mushrooms. Even though I could tell the taste is fairly complex, most of the notes were too subtle. However, I guess the fact that none really dominates enables a wider range of flavours to come to the front than what is usual for a shou tea. All in all, it has a balanced and pleasant taste, which I enjoyed a lot. Given the price that this is selling for, I would say it is a total steal! I will definitely be getting at least one cake.
Flavors: Baked Bread, Forest Floor, Wet Wood