This tea brewed up persistent dried fig flavors and a light acidity that grew into a tangy, relaxing soup with light buttery sweetness. The flavors were delicate all the way through the session, almost as delicate as the tiny unfurled leaves. I took the leaves to 14 steeps before they quickly dropped off but each brew before then had great quality.

Flavors: Butter, Fig

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