Overflowing with spring and grassy aromas, the fresh leaves are light, green, and covered with white down, as is a classic characteristic of the Fuding white tea varietal (da bai hao). When steeped, the liquor is a soft green gold, very light, and thick with down. The taste in the mouth is clean, fresh, with a dry sweetness and grassy notes. The aroma from the steeped leaves is heavy, vegetal, and slightly spiced. This tea can get pleasantly thick if left to steep a little long, so experiment with temperature and time to find the best brew.