This tea was technically part of a green tea set from Nio Teas but the main company they sourced this from is Osada so I think it’s only fitting to give Osada the credit. But here’s to Nio as well for the awesome sampler. Upon opening the package I was hit with a very cocoa-forward aroma mixed with dry grasses and hay. The dry stems are a wonderful color blend of light and dark greens. After infusing the turn muted greens. The aroma from the wet leaves/stems is very reminiscent of cooked asparagus. The mouthfeel is soft with no astringency. The flavor is grassy but also creamy with vegetal hints.