Upon careful inspection at home, the tea appeared to be Sencha, a tea I drink on a regular basis. It was pretty with the specs of lavender and pomegranate. Smelled good too. Fruity and flowery with just a hint of lavender.
I prepared the tea the usual way I make Sencha. However, I found that the 2 minute infusion time made for a very bland brew with no flavour at all, and so, added another 3 minutes on the clock. The result was far better. It provided me a golden cup of tea with a lovely light scent much like the dry leaves. The taste was not bitter at all and tasted just like it smelled. The liquor had good body too. It was mellow and nicely coated my mouth.
Though it was not a bad drink, it’s definitely not something I would buy. I prefer Sencha on its own. Good that it didn’t cost me a cent!