I’ts the first time i taste Pouchong and it’s definitely a style i must explore.
Wet leaves had me worried; smelling a bit like greens cooked on an open fire. But that smoky note does not carry over to the tea.
At first, it’s a delicate and sweet infusions. It re-steeps with more body to a milky and floral cup. Light yet complex enough to keep you intrigued, the mouthfeel moves from mineral to chalky to powdery in the most enchanting way.
I would recommend slightly longer steeping times.