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The colour of the steeped tea is such a beautiful pale gold: the first sign that this is no ordinary green tea.
No. 93, Feng Ling Ming Ye makes sense of how highly prized good tea has been in Asian history. This tea is glorious: smooth, so smooth. The most delicate vegetal butter. I detect an ever so slight bit of coconut here. Perhaps that is the sesame hint mentioned though my taste buds are taking it coconut way.
Thank you, Sil, for sharing this with me. This tea is making this day infinitely better.
Flavors: Butter, Coconut, Vegetal
I opened this one today – my present for getting my cupboard weight down more than anticipated in March. Let me tell you the dry leaf on this one is amaaazeballs. I made my other half smell this one and he immediately said chocolate., instead of saying “dirt” like he always does. I wish the brewed version of the tea was as chocolatey as the dry leaf – instead it turns into a VERY pleasant more typical yunnan golden bud. That’s not to say it was delicious and thoroughly enjoyable, just lacking the intensity of the chocolate aroma of the dry leaf. :)
bumping the rating up on this one a little as i think it’s one of my favourites from bellocq. I can’t be bothered remembering prices at the moment, but i think? it’s worth the price if memory serves. Had this earlier in the week as it’s been insane at work these days and i needed a great kick off to the morning. I think work might start slowing down by like december? ugh.
having a bit of a slow day today until my other half gets back from digging in the woods. I figure it was a good morning to just take some time and drink a few cups of this one. Really love it..just wish it wasn’t so expensive. On that note….really super curious about the laoshan black tea yunnan sourcing is now carrying….hoping someone gives it a shot or i can find a sale soon to pick some up.