This came as a sample in the ‘Discover Georgia’ collection I purchased as part of my first What-Cha order. Most teas from What-Cha have been at the very least enjoyable but this one I’ve never really been able to find anything positive in. The leaf is mostly fannings and dust. It brews a dark reddish liquor and I’ve never been able to identify much taste in it at all. I write this as I’m drinking the last of the sample bag and for thoroughness and to see if I could get any taste out of it I gave it a nice long steep at 205f.The best I can say for it is that it is mostly inoffensive. It doesn’t taste good, but it doesn’t really taste bad either. After the long steep with quite a bit of leaf it still lacks taste. A bit of a somewhat metallic bitterness and some muddy malty flavor. I see Alistair no longer stocks this tea, so maybe he didn’t think too well of it either. Now that I’m done writing this I guess I’ll pour the rest of this cup out and start brewing up something more pleasant.