This tea gives out light yellow and very clear broth. Dried leaves have strong sweet sun-dried leaves smell while the tea has sugar cane and honey fragrance.
As with previous years, you’ll notice the fineness of the tea once it enters the mouth. Tea penetrates deeply into the core and the returns with floral and honey like sweetness in mouth cavity. The aftertaste lingers and brings out a calming qi. The tea has very good thickness from all the minerals of very old trees. It stands up well to long soaking as it will only return a hint of fast dissipating bitterness from an abusive brew.