I had this tea in the morning, it was pretty good, but not exceptional. It is a very green Dan Cong. Its profile reminds me of Yunnan green teas, but here we have more floral and flowery qualities, a more creamy taste, and a softer texture. It also steeps for quite a long time.
Dry leaf aroma is predominately flowery and perfumy with additional notes such as cookies and peach tart among others. After the rinse, I can further smell custard and the overall feeling is that of fresh mountain breeze on a meadow with blossoming flowers.
The taste is creamy, vegetal and fragrant. It has a nice bitterness a light fruity sweetness. Aftertaste is more floral and there is a good huigan too. Mouthfeel is great to be honest – numbing, velvety, and soft.
Flavors: Bitter, Cookie, Cream, Custard, Floral, Flowers, Peach, Vegetal