first of all thank you Ethan for your kind words. It's always nice to get some compliments. I was always since I was a little child someone who smelled at things...even at gross stuff sometimes
maybe I was always preparing for my future goal to review teas
. And as a child you try many things ...many ....I mean I did. So that's why I know how aluminium foil reacts between your teeth or how wool feels if you rub it between your gum. Like I said I was always someone who was into smelling or tasting something. If you want to describe tea the best it is necessary to eat as much different stuff - fruits, vegetables, spices etc... as possible to get a wide range to draw onto. The same with scents. Go into the nature and sometimes it is even good to smell at weird stuff because a reference is a reference even if it is a strange one
Wish you a nice day my friend. Take care.