What a wonderful smell this tea possesses. It is very floral and sweet, reminiscent of some high quality honey.
The liquor is medium to full bodied with oily and slightly drying mouthfeel, which becomes minty and cooling afterwards. It is a very refreshing tea to drink and the taste is fairly complex. It took me a while to appreciate it though, at first I wasn’t very fond of it. There are some vegetal, buttery, floral and astringent notes, but nothing really stands out. The aftertaste transforms the sensation into somewhat fruity, sweet direction and lasts for a very long time.
One other thing to mention is a very noticeable and calming cha qi, probably my favourite among the oolong teas I have tried.
P.S. Originally I was going to rate it around 75, but with the aftertaste and cha qi kicking in, I had to reconsider the rating and change it significantly.
Flavors: Butter, Floral, Hay, Honey, Stonefruit, Sweet, Vegetal