NOTE This is based of an old sample so I won’t do a regular note for it
I liked this tea back when I bought it, but god it has come along really well.
The tea has an underlying vegetal note when dry with a little bit of sweetness. As soon as you introduce humidity you get an intense scent of maple (that chocolatey/caramel spectrum of maple) and some vegetal that resembles olive oil and this evolves into a more floral version of it as you keep steeping.
The taste is very similar to the scent, perhaps less vegetal in taste than the scent and you get a lot of that oily sensation together with the vegetal note that reminds me of olive oil, but the taste play between that savory note and that rich sweetness. The taste follow the trait of the scent, evolving into a floral version with each steep.
I can’t say that I recall how it tasted when I first tried it, but I have to say that it is thicker than I remembered.
Flavors: Caramel, Floral, Maple, Olive Oil, Thick, Vegetal