Just had my first batch of this tea and it is rather delightful, a nice and gentle flavor.
a beautiful subtle flavor that's basically lighter than green tea but not quite as tasteless as Silver Needle white tea; Aeris' Final Gift is very light and smooth, a good pick to drink on a relaxing day or to stop nonchalantly while on the computer~
and by the way, the recommended temperature is a lie! 180 degrees is near boiling and boiling ANY of the Camelia teas makes them lose their health benefits; 160-170 degrees is just fine, steep for 6 minutes tops
I had plans on taking a sip and trying to describe the flavor, but I kept getting lost in the tea instead. It's the emotional equivalent of being wrapped up in a fluffy blanket. The right amount of soft, cozy, and for a few moments everything is just right.
Light, floral, and vaguely reminds me of a sunny spring day with a gentle breeze.
I received some of your teas from my daughter this Christmas, and as an avid tea drinker, I was a bit skeptical because of the theme, but good tea is good tea! I am making everyone review their favorite tea, and this is definitely mine. I prefer the softer, more subtle flavors.