Kelp-y. It was good company for a few hours of music appreciation. I’m afraid I paid more attention to the music than to the tea. That’s not always a bad thing. That means it was smooth. Better notes next time.
I’ll not adore every popular tea. Nor shall I always prepare it skillfully enough to do it justice and understand it before the sample is gone. Also, my search is for teas that are delicious now. I don’t know yet what will age well.