This is the first tea I would reach for when in the mood for a Mengku sheng. I find that it’s a bit more warming, bitter and forest-like than when I tried it earlier. There is a nectar sweetness and notes of spruce, kale, hops, and lime leaves. It also has some coffee acidity and a numbing, metallic aftertaste with additional flavours of custard and honey.
Flavors: Bitter, Coffee, Custard, Floral, Honey, Hops, Kale, Metallic, Nectar, Sour, Vegetal