Place the dry leaves in a pre-warmed gaiwan, and a sweet aroma of cut grass and steamed reed leaves wafts from the tea. The tea is lightly roasted, and lightly oxidised, with a decent caffeine kick. It's a refreshing, wake up tea! The greenish yellow soup gives fresh vegetal flavors of sweet grass, bamboo & rock sugar. Steep it longer for heavier body, more vegetable acids, and stewy character. It finishes with a lingering flicker of sweetness. Delicious!