The first time I drank this GABA tea, I was somewhat underwhelmed, but I actually appreciated its calming presence and cozy, simplistic nature today.
The dry leaf aroma is a mixed bag of baked fruits, while wet leaves smell more like molasses and fish. The liquor has a light body and a warming feel with a sweet spicy character. There are flavours of baked pears and a sort of bready bitterness. The aftertaste is sour and cooling with a protracted peppery bite.
Flavors: Bitter, Black Pepper, Bread, Fish, Fruity, Molasses, Pear, Sour, Spicy, Sweet