Not sure about "notes," but it's a lovely light tea, with a refined gentle flavor. Not bulked up with stems.
Better than most anything else you'll get in bags, but still one step below loose leaf outside of sachets; for one, several of the leaves are broken/crumbled, two, even with the pyramid shape, the leaves can't fully float around and release their full flavor, and 3 the floral and fruity flavor isn't quite at the same level as some other mudan/mutan whites I've had. That said, the price is great and the sachet convenience is too, if you don't want to bring around a brewing filter with you. I will finish the tin, then invest in some high-quality loose white. If you want a decent introduction to whites with the convenience of a tea bag, this is it. A slightly buttery tea, smells vaguely of nuts and caramels, mild floral/fruit...no grassiness, mild sweetness and only a hint of astringency.
The only way I can describe this tea is Simply Amazing! In my opinion this is by far the best white tea I have ever tasted both hot and chilled. It also pairs well with just about any type of food you can think of from breakfast to dinner and from salads to steaks. I HIGHLY recommend this tea to any seasoned tea drinker or someone who is just starting out. You will not be disappointed.
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