from Littleton, CO United States
We appreciated the "distinct flowery notes" and liked the flavor very well. In fact, the leaves themselves, even dry, have a lovely fragrance. It's quite an unusual black tea, not the same as the old, classic Keemuns, but a lighter black--almost a "green-type" black. We experimented with time & temperature, and liked 3 minutes at 200 degrees best, using 2.5 grams/2 teaspoons with 5 oz. of water in a gaiwan.