The dry leaves smell like malty dark wood. It’s inviting and comforting. The leaves are even, quality leaves and you can see all folds. Some are grey and some are caramel in color, but they are even in distribution.
The liquor is a beautiful faint gold color. It tastes dry and spinach, but slightly sweet.
The hot leaves smell spinachy and have a slight mossy undertone. They are strong leaves and could endure another infusion, easily.
Overall, this tea is fair. I don’t think I would buy it, but I know plenty of people who love it and I can see why. I would drink it if it was someone else’s craving, but not by myself.