61 Tasting Notes
rich, intense aroma with silken texture but lighter aftertaste. Score of 91. Review # 274 on Walker Tea Review.
not heavily brisk, with hints of plum/apricot in the aftertaste. 87 points. Review # 273 on Walker Tea Review
Score of 84. 2nd steep is stronger, with a starchy sweet aftertaste. Review #272 on Walker Tea Review
Some flavor and aroma, but could be more rounded in other aspects. Score of 81. Review #271 on Walker Tea Review.
Sorry T Salon- this one gets a vote of “no confidence” from me. High astringency with a lack of characteristic flavors/aromas. Score of 79 on Review #270 at Walker Tea Review dot com.
Provided by Grand Tea; mellow- rounding the corner from raw to smooth sipping. 92 points on Walker Tea Review #269
A truly delightful tea. Rich flavor and low astringency for a ming qian. 92 points on Walker Tea Review #268
A fine example of the under-appreciated value of aftertaste; great lasting character. Review 267 on Walker Tea Review
A slightly later harvest, so liquor is darker and the flavors more pronounced. In spite of this, astringency is still quite low.