Texture of the tea was soft but not overly thick. The most pronounced flavor note was a fairly strong (but not altogether unpleasant) sourness with standard “green” flavors – almost reminded me of a less-floral unroasted tie guan yin. Not much bitterness there at all, but a very noticeable mouth drying effect. Just the slightest hint of sweetness on the tip of the tongue after I drank it.
This one I found to be pretty harsh on the stomach. Actually, it’s the first sheng I thought that about.
Not terribly impressed, probably wouldn’t get more.
Flavors: Drying, Green, Mineral, Sour