Not bad

I definitely got aged fruity flavor but only the cusp I believe this tea will be a lot better in the near future and if I am not mistaken white2tea carried this cake recently which is always a good sign. There was a nice scent still slight yiwu with a mild aged fruity smell and it being middle aged still had some bitterness. My issue was this tea was terrible thin and not texture at all. My aged tea benchmark is White Whale and personally I prefer white whale, which is thicker better longevity and more energy. This tea gave me a relaxed tea drunk but didn’t knock me on my ass thankfully as I have work to do tonight still.

In conclusion I don’t think it was worth the price I paid for the sample but my aged tuition tea bill is a lot small than other categories.

Flavors: Fruity, Red Fruits

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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