I only managed one session with this tea and the rest of it was brewed in less than ideal situations while traveling. Nevertheless, I remember this being a tasty tea. Creamier and more full-bodied than regular grade Pine Needle Laoshan tea. The taste is a blend of soymilk and crisp lettuce with a little honey and rounded out with a touch of nuttiness. The description says this tea is fed by sweet mountain spring water and it really does taste like it. There’s a fresh, pure quality to it that reminds me of drinking water from a spring.
Flavors: Fruity, Grass, Lettuce, Milk, Soybean