As per the description for this tea:“the classic ginger bite” is probably the thing that turns me off this kind of sencha base. However, I have to give it props here; it pairs nicely with the subtle papaya and rich pecan notes. The aftertaste leaves a mouthful of provocative and warming fruity nut and honey-like flavours. The aroma (nutty) is also lovely.
My mother was an even bigger fan than me (doesn’t have my Chinese sencha bias). She rates it a 9/10.
Just be careful not to overleaf or oversteep; this green base can get nippy!
Flavors: Cream, Fruity, Ginger, Grass, Honey, Nutty, Olive Oil, Pecan, Tropical