Decided to take this one into work today after AllanK called me out on not reviewing it yet :P
Anyways, this tea is very smooth and quite consistent with its steeps. I ended up with a good 17ish steeps while at work with this tea and each time the taste was enjoyable. The interesting parts about this tea fall into three different comments that I would like to make:
This tea does not have any fermentation notes. This tea does not leave a dryness after drinking it for awhile. This tea has a slight sweetness to it which is quite nice for a ripe tea. I really enjoy that it is loose too because it makes it a quick fix at work (multiple times)
With all that being said, I’m unsure what cassia is suppose to taste like… but whatever, a good tea is a good tea right?
I’ll dedicate 100g to swapping so if anyone would like some just let me know :)