Sample courtesy of Verdant. As soon as I rinsed the leaves, I thought I smelled grilled peaches with a dark woodsiness creeping up from behind.

Flat out, the taste is also very roasty and toasty, kind of like when toast is nearly burnt, but not quite. I’m also picking up one some of that fruitiness. No longer like peach, but mixed fruits, which again, have been grilled. The sweetness is dark and syrupy, especially in the aftertaste.

It’s good but not something I’d ever want to reach for, especially when it comes to oolong. But I appreciate it. Thanks, Verdant!

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