I decided to order this tea since it sounded really good. Sadly it arrived at a time where I am sick, but I will try to give a decent idea of what it is like. The package says that it contains green tea, cherry leaf, heather, and cherry flavor. I was hoping they would put actual cherry blossoms in the tea since they tend to smell so good in the spring time. The recommended brewing is 6oz water, 180 with 1 tsp of leaves.
The scent of the dried leaves in the package was a nice, pleasant cherry. It managed to smell like an actual cherry instead of a less accurate cherry-like smell such as that used in cherry candies. I decided to use my kyusu for brewing using 1.5 tsp at 180ish. The first steep was 45 sec, as recommended by Den's on the package. The color of the tea was a pale, spring green. It tasted similar to its color, a very fresh, spring-like green flavor with a pleasant cherry after taste. There is no grassiness, but more of a leaf flavor. It reminds me of the smell when you take a leaf from a maple tree and break it up in pieces. There is also very little astringency. The second steep is a milder version of the first steep, with less of a cherry after taste and a more prominent leafy flavor.
It is a good tea. It would probably be better if I had full use of my nose and taste buds. The flavor may take a bit to get used to. Unless it turns into spectacular when I feel better, it will go in the category of that it was a nice tea to try, and fully worth trying, but not amazing enough to buy again.