First impressions: sweet tobacco, vanilla. Something oceanic in the background.
Wet leaves: medicinal herbs, a tiny bit of camphor, some smoke.
Liquor: smooth, brown sugar, vanilla, herbaceous, slightly cooling. “Elegant” astringency.
more sweetness, clarity. Aroma feels sort of muted.
back to strong aromas: aged tobacco, damp vegetation, oyster sauce.
Liquor: smooth, earthy, brown sugar, vanilla.
The body is kind of thin for me, it has a pleasant astringency that leaves some roughness in the mouth. My heartbeat gets slow and loud. Some energy in my arms. My head feels heavy.
Aroma “faded” again… am I being influenced by the fact this tea is named “Fade”?
Liquor is kind of thin but the good astringency gives a feeling of fullness. There’s no much aftertaste
Reminiscence of ripe fruits hiding under a pile of old damp leaves.
More vanilla, black pepper, slight bitterness in the tip of the tongue.
I feel slightly sedated but there’s some energy in my chest.
More camphor and medicinal herbs, I found it very pleasant and not overly sweet. Maybe some smoke. Brown sugar, or maybe stevia. Brown stevia.
Now it’s more pungent and drying and makes me hungry.
Fragrance keeps changing, this time is mainly vanilla.
I just had some crackers with black pepper and I can’t taste the tea properly at this point.
Fading. Pleasant liquor with not much bitterness and some faint taste.
I could keep pushing but I had enough.
Flavors: Brown Sugar, Camphor, Medicinal, Tobacco, Vanilla