Dry leaf: green tips with whitish fuzz over many, and accumulated in the package, much like white tips.
Aroma: vegetal, slightly sweet, mild.
Liquor: medium-light golden, like a moderate white tea.
Body: medium-full
Flavor: sweet, smooth. Faint vegetal undertones, but very satisfying. Not astringent.

Conclusion: why is this labeled “China Green Tea” when it basically seems like white tips? Distinguished, if anything, by creamy/fuller body.

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