The warm leaves of this green Pu Erh tea have a very honey-sweet aroma, with a calming smell reminiscent of warm hay. In addition, the hot, wet leaves of the tea are given a spicy note thanks to a mineral algae aroma and the smell of warm wood.
The first infusion has a light golden-brown color and tastes very discreet with a sweetish finish that corresponds to the smell. The consistency of the tea is clear, but leaves a dry feeling in the mouth. With the following infusions, the taste of a mineral green tea comes to the fore, while the sweetness subsides. Instead, you can gradually taste floral notes.