This was the first of the white teas where there was a faint smell with the leaves but no smell when you steeped it. That of course could just be me. Also when you taste it, there’s a very leafy, earthy dare I say fishy taste. It’s not bad but it does make you aware of it when you first drink it. What I’ve found is that it begins to taste better after it cools off.

I’ve had two cups already and it’s growing on me. If I continue to drink it, which I will but it won’t be at the top of the list, I will definitely let it sit for a few minutes. Not sure if I can give it thumbs up as a definite try but I will say try it because I’m curious to see what you think.

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