At first a very creamy tropical yogurt aroma from the wet leaves. Mouthwatering.

Liquor mineral, creamy, fruity. Vegetal. Peach. Brown Sugar. Chestnut. Complex, warm. Mmh, interesting…

2 tropical, milky , a bit of bitterness/astringency. Silky. Sweet. Delicate flavours building in the mouth. Empty cup smells like burnt sugar.

Slightly Cooling, like a layer of fresh air coating mouth and throat. Heart beating faster. Peach Bellini.

Cooling feeling intensifies. Tingling in the throat. More astringency. Beautiful long lasting acidic aroma.

Complex acidic flavours.
Liquor is stable, more astringent. Not very thick. Very mineral. Keeps carrying the initial fruitiness.

I get this feeling of half relaxation and half restlessness. Maybe relaxation is 60%

More grassy-herbal notes appear, slight harshness. Drying. Less intensity.

Harshness keeps increasing but it maintains a memory of more innocent first infusions. I think of an innocent girl that few years later ends up being a prostitute.

My head feels heavy, it’s a nice feeling I guess. My body feels calmer now.

Something is changing, I get an alcoholic feeling, like soured bellini.
The liquor is weak. My body starts protesting for having too much tea.

Harsh but low toned dirty mushrooms kingdom. Not very sweet anymore.

Overall the tea is not the most powerful or long lasting but anyway it’s a very pleasurable experience.

The first times I had this tea I wasn’t impressed. Now this is the last bit of my sample and it became suddenly delicious. Is it because I’m more concentrated on writing a review? It’s the weather? It’s the silence of this room, the absence of sensorial stimulus? It’s because I’ve been cycling a lot and my body needs nutrients and everything taste better? Or maybe because I know this is my last session with this tea?

5 g 3 OZ / 80 ML

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