Then text of the original note was scrubbed as I think the site was being brought back to life when I posted. Not feeling too inspired to re-type what was lost.
Inspired to buy because of a well aged (from Leafhopper’s Tea Museam) older harvest previously enjoyed:
This seems to be more oxidized but still a great black tea with unique flavors. Sparkling jewels of bright ‘orange’ tastes pop through a brisk body with dried cherries and barky bitter tannins. Notable ginger impression with the throat-cooling effect and a totally unexpected cream of watercress soup aftertaste. Very drinkable and also excellent iced.
Flavors: Bark, Bitter, Black Pepper, Bread, Bright, Brisk, Carrot, Cherry, Citrusy, Coriander Seed, Cream, Drying, Earthy, Ginger, Mustard, Orange, Peach, Spices, Tangy, Tannin, Wood, Woody