I've drunk loads of it!
Its very... very nice
I think its called new technique because the processing of it came about in the late 60s for European market.
It has much more flavour and a very nice malty sweetness. I highly suggest all to try some.
The tea comes out mid brown....and is almost oolong like if it weren't for that lingering peony freshness that just remains in tact accompanied by a deeper honey sweetness. A simple flavour profile that makes it a great everyday tea at any time. It has a dried mushroom smell when you stick your nose in the bag, pleasant earth autumn leaves on a forest floor vibe. One of my favourite teas last christmas.
I'm terrible at explaining taste but grab some...I cant imagine anyone not finding it enjoyable.
My second favourite white next to white Assam. Although I'd go so far to say its not really white tea at all.
The stuff I had looked a lot darker then the DTH grade.
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