It is a decent Ceylon-type Kenyan tea. The aroma is clean, with woodsy and floral notes. The taste is brisk but not bitter: grass, green wood, flowers, biscuit, some hint of sweetness. But mostly green wood, to be honest: I had to strain to pick up other notes.It is a solid, inexpensive choice for those who craves for a brisk jolt of caffeine in the morning but dislikes Assams. Also, this tea takes milk extremely well and is good for resteeping.
Now for negatives: it looks more BOP than OP to me and the taste is not interesting. Just passable. I think there are more enjoyable choices for a brisk morning tea.
Flavors: Grass, Green Wood, Sweet