This is a very odd tea. The dry leaves have little scent. The wet leaves smell like raisins.
It appears to have been processed mainly in the style of shou, but it smells and tastes nothing like any shou I’ve had before. That said, it doesn’t taste anything like sheng either. There’s some sweetness, especially in the aftertaste. The aroma, and the main flavour, are a lot like savoury raisins.
I highly recommend trying it, if only because it’s so peculiar. It’s certainly not unpleasant to drink either.
Flavors: Raisins, Sweet, Wet Earth