I got this from a friend who got it from a ‘’Mistery pack’’ (It’s cooler to call them mistery packs, right?) from What-cha. He gave me the bag and told me to enjoy the tea for a few days: He is a very good friend.
This tea is in ’’maocha’’ form (I don’t actually know if you can call this maocha) so it’s a very large, twisted leaf, kind of hard to make it fit in a small Gaiwan, the dry leaves have a lot of colors on it: greens, browns, some yellows. The smell of the wet leaf is a classic vegetal smell while the flavor is very light and fruity, in later steeps a bit of honey comes out too. The soup has a beautiful golden color.
After all, what this tea has in prettyness, it lacks in complexity, it’s a pretty straightforward tea and a very pleasant drink.

Flavors: Fruity, Honey, Sweet, Tobacco, Vegetal

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 90 OZ / 2661 ML

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