The dry leaves smell a lot like Dragon Well. The color of the tea is an extremely light yellow.

Wow! I know you are not supposed to base the taste of the tea on it’s color… but because it was so light, I thought it was going to be rather mellow… it was not. It has an intense fresh, grassy taste with a nutty and buttery background. Even with the astringency, the tea was a pleasure to drink.

Basically, it reminded me a lot of Dragon Well… only ten times smoother and fresher.

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