Woot, my first pu-erh!
Interested in seeing how this tastes! The dry leaves smell woody and floral. I can smell the oak smell like Butiki describes as well. I’m going to steep this according to Butiki instructions. 4oz of water, 3-5 seconds, 200-205 degree water.
The wet leaves smell very smokey and earthy. Like wood and alfalfa and sweet flowers and honey. This tea tastes a lot like it smells. There is a strong smokiness and earthy flavor. The heavy flavor is opposite the light mouth feel. Every drink makes my mouth feel juicy and wet. Avery interesting tea.
I’m on my 5th infusion and the taste and smell is remaining pretty consistent. There is a sweetness coming out that wasn’t there before. Still incredibly smooth and delicious.
9th infusion and still going strong. Butiki says you can get 20+ steeping out of this and I plan on it.