Tasting this along with other white teas from Verdant and the same family. I found this one to stand out with having a bit of an astringent grip that adds a welcomed dimension and core to the body. In terms of flavors, I am not an expert with white tea, so they all present a similar flavor profile: primarily floral with some minerality and initial sour notes. I also get perfume notes in this one. Gorgeous honey color. I should revisit white tea in general when I become more expert in tasting, but for now am happier with pu-erh, both raw and ripe. I will add that after drinking about six small cups of the three white teas back to back I was feeling a pretty funny/humorous buzz, and I’m not sure if that is attributable to just one of the teas or the combination.