743 Tasting Notes
A lovely blend of Asian greens with strawberry and Rhubarb plus an unexpected addition of the Mallow flower, which I didn’t know about until I tried this tea. The dry smell of the tea is sweet and relaxing. It’s quite a smooth tea with the plant, berry, and flower combo. One must be careful to not let it over steep or the green tea will overpower the rest and as usual become bitter.
This tea is much better as it cools off. It’s a unique blend of berries with a unique flavor. The initial smell from the tin is pleasantly tart. Sounds weird but that truly is the best way to describe the way it hits your nose. The tartness, however, doesn’t transfer to the tea when steeped. Which is fine; I don’t think I could handle that smell in my nose and on my taste buds.