Whenever I am faced with entering review notes for a Japanese green tea, I flail about, my mental arms noodling around my head and torso awkwardly.
I have no idea what I’m tasting or why I sometimes like one tea more than another. My phone’s autocorrect wanted “tasting” to be “rafting,” and it seemed somehow appropriate to have my note devolve into nonsense. Fixed it anyway.
So, the tea tastes green and grassy, with some richness and sweetness lingering after the sip. Green beans?
It’s making me smile involuntarily, so it’s got some good theanine content.
I’m enjoying it and I don’t really know why.