The wet leaves give hint of a pleasant light roast, and sweet grass.

The 1st steep, I’m hit by how silky this tea is. The tea aromas remind me of small, fresh flowers. Already, I’m hit by a strong, sweet lingering aftertaste.

The second steep is still as silky as the first. I’m getting some grassy notes through the flowers.

Sipping on the 3rd steep, the tea feels heavy on the tongue, and still gives away sweet grass and flowers.

Around the 6th steep, the tea starts to lose in texture, and gains astringency. Still, it leaves a nice aftertaste.

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec 3 OZ / 100 ML

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How I grade:
90-100: Memorable experiences. The kind of tea that you don’t dare drinking too often.
80-90: Definitely something I’d happily share, and purchase again.
70-80: Lacking in one way or another, but enjoyable still.
60-70: Good, but probably it’ll take a while for me to finish the tea.
>59: Nothing positive to gain from this tea.

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