15 Tasting Notes
A beautifully delicate white tea. A slightly sweet aroma is hidden at first, but when immersed in hot water the aromas come out full bodied and honey like. Very light and crisp, but naturally sweet. This tea is relaxing and reminds me of a forest after a late spring frost. I can only appreciate that comparison having grown up around the woods. Overall a very nice white tea. I will be adding more to my collection.
You only need a small amount of this pu-erh for each cup, and it only needs to brew for 45 seconds to 1 minute. I like mine much stronger, however, so I let it steep a little bit longer. This tea, like most pu-erh teas, requires boiling water. You should be able to steep this one quite a few times to enjoy the different subtle flavors. I didn’t find this one to last quite as long as some others I’ve had, but still a very rich and eartyh pu-erh.