The first time I tasted this tea was at a nearby restaurant, sitting across from the man I love. Didn’t have a chance to get my nose into the dry leaves until later, when I bought a couple of sentimental ounces. The dry leaves have a delicate grassy musk that is surprisingly full, and brings a pleasant fruity zing — like seeing a dragonfly through meadow grass.
The tea itself is light and slightly sweet. It has a nice dull amber color, like spent leaves, and reminds me of guava juice in its subtle combination of sweetness, smoothness, and very light tartness. Overall nice to drink for a variety of situations, though I would not call it a relaxing tea.