The roast looks and smells heavy on the leaves, but it comes out lighter in the brew, by far.
Mouthfeel is buttery and smooth, which makes this tea very satisfying. The roast, which usually tries to assert itself on my tongue in most roasted oolongs, is light and toasty. It simply adds to the flavor of the tea rather than dominating it. The flavor is highly floral with a light sweetness.
Very tasty. Thank you tea trade friend!