I mostly smell honey and fresh flowers from the dry aroma of this tea, a little bit of grass. The wet aroma of the leaves smells sweet and grassy with floral notes and hints of warm oats.
The taste of the first infusion is pretty complex. At first I get oats and cream and some evergreen. The finish evokes cinnamon and camphor.
On infusion two the tea liquor has a really nice floral scent, and in the second and third infusions it has that nice foresty, floral kind of familiar taste that you get with classics like Tie Guanyin. Hints of camphor in the finish.
The fourth infusion is similar. This is overall a pretty commonplace green oolong by my book. Good, reliable, not particularly special. Well priced in that regard.
Flavors: Camphor, Creamy, Floral, Grass, Oats, Pine