MY wife got this as her first tea from Eco-Cha and loved it. Nice, light, refreshing and uplifting green tea!
Mild aroma, mostly of veggies. I did not feel the sweetness of the tea. The tea had a relatively high amount of stems compered with oolongs from Eco-Cha.
After brewing, the aroma of this tea was not particularly strong. Not as strong and aromatic as Bi Luo Chun. It has weak green and sweet aroma. I felt the aroma was lacking of freshness, which I could usually found in Bi Luo Chun.
The taste reminded me of spinach soup, it's green, buttery, and slightly sweet. There was no bitterness.
For me, it was a good daily-drinker green tea. The price was inexpensive! Should have purchased more XD
I like to have my green teas in the morning to help clear my sometimes-foggy mind and drive in to work. I read the comment about the amount of stem in this tea because of the harvesting method, but I really did not find that to be a detraction from my ability to enjoy the brew. My usual selections are Japanese Sencha and a generic Chinese Gunpowder Green. I like the bright/crispness and well-balanced, not overly astringent flavor of this tea. I can brew a big mug or pot and enjoy it start to finish. I would call this a "Tea-lover's Tea", if you are into green teas.
This is great tasting and high quality tea leaves that I've been looking for in U.S.