Just killed my bag of this that I bought quite a while ago from YS as my first Wuyi oolong. I’m able to appreciate it a little bit more than when I first tasted it. Nice roasty notes, especially in the early steeps. A moderately thick body. Sweet mineral, nutty (almond?), and perhaps vanilla notes. It gets a little bit drying mid-way through the session but not enough to be unpleasant. If pushed too hard, it can get a bit sour tasting, maybe due to the roast.

Flavors: Almond, Mineral, Nutty, Roasted, Sweet, Vanilla

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