Really unusual. I may have had it before, but I’m not sure. It’s also a popular tea that Andrew hates is popular because it’s not as sophisticated as some of the other stuff he sells, but the flavor is on point.
At first, it has the scent of a flavored milk oolong being spinach-vanilla cookie batter like, almost fruity like Flinstone vitamins. Drinking it up, it’s like flinstone vitamins. There is some mineral and bready qualities along with funky gaba fruit, though way smoother than other gaba. It’s like a white grape raisin in a buttery floral milky body. I kept drinking it over and over, brewing it up again and again in flash steeps maintaining the flavor. Longer 30 sec and up steeps leaned more towards the raisin cookie quality, lighter steeps were more fruity and milky like fruit loops in milk.
Either way, I’m digging it. I look forward to see what I else I can get from it. If anyone else writes about it, there are going to be a flurry of adjectives on this page in all kinds of directions for it.
Flavors: Butter, Cookie, Cream, Fruity, Milk, Mineral, Raisins, Spinach, Sweet, Sweet Corn