This was offered to me as a gift from Camellia Sinensis last purchases. I love this tea. It’s little twisted leaves are well crafted and deep green with some silver tips. The dry leaves smell green goodness, spinach and Swiss chard with some sweetness to it. By contrast the wet leaves offer a very different impression. It’s still green but more cooked or boiled vegetable. The first steep develops into a very rich buttery notes with a bok choy. The second one reminds more of refined nettles or some water cress with a bit of bitterness toward the end. He following infusions are more peppery and remind me of fresh sage leaves in butter. The wet leaves are more and more bitter and over cooked vegetables striking difference with the soup. The aftertaste is long and more like chalk. A great find.
Flavors: Bok Choy, Butter, Sage, Vegetable Broth, Vegetables