| || Upon opening the container, I was surprised by how sweet the tea smelled. The brewed leaves carried a similar smell, one reminiscent of White Peony (sweet, a bit fruity, with a hint of perhaps strawberry), albeit with the very distinct green tone of spinach or green beans.The dry leaves themselves are quite endearing and attractive. They look pretty cool, to be honest.
As for taste, the tea was wonderful. The liquor is a very pale green, making one feel as though it's a bit ethereal. The color reminds me a bit of a honeydew melon, albeit a bit darker in color. The tea has a taste that vaguely reminds me of honeydew melon. The tips (the dry leaves are interspersed with white, so I assume there are tips present)produce a natural sweetness along with a bit of fruitiness, which highlights the more serious vegetal flavors of the green leaves. The initial impact of the tea is similar to Dragon's Well, although lighter. However, while having the spinachy tones, it lacks the darker undertones of roasted eg || |