Wow, these leaves are huge. Big, unrolled leaves that aren’t even 100% oxidized, lending this tea a really wild and unpolished first impression. Cool. Dry leaves are very aromatic, as is the brew. Full and complex aroma that is flowery and fruity, in the spectrum between roses and sweet potatoes. It is the type of black tea that is on the high, aromatic side, drinking more like for example a Dan Cong oolong than like most other black teas, since it doesn’t really have that full and malty body I associate with most black teas.
Flavors: Flowers, Sweet, Sweet Potatoes