This tea is sort of like what I would imagine eating a buttercup to be like. The body is smooth, with a longish finish. Not a lick of dryness or bitterness/astringency. The texture is almost silky, which is a new experience for me. Some really smooth, soft floral notes (white flowers? I would say peony BUT.) and a very light hay/dry grass flavor. It’s not winning any awards for hitting you over the head with a flavor mallet, but it’s sweet and delicate and very pleasant.