Well, this is different story from Oxalis!
And it’s what I was craving for. But I can imagine it is hard to make the lemon flavoured green badly. I can be wrong though…
Okay to the tea; I have received quite a crushed sencha (I am afraid it is same base as in previous tea) quite lots of lemongrass and a few, quite big, pieces of dried lemons. Honestly, I have no idea what to do with them, because I don’t have enough pieces to add them in every session, moreover some are just very big, like a half of lemon! I put the smallest piece in the strainer today. The picture is actually quite accurate. And everlasting flowers are just for visual I guess.
The taste of tea: it’s okay base tea. Much less buttery and I think it is because it was less crushed, though still a lot. Maybe fresher a bit too. And lemony. Calling it juicy — not sure if correct word for it, but it had quite light taste overall. Well, I guess there isn’t anything else. Maybe sadly too straightforward; because I couldn’t even notice the lemongrass. It was just lemon tea with green tea base, so it doesn’t bring any bold and robust notes. Maybe I miss them a bit here. But I wanted a light citrusy green tea!