I’ve not had not had a great week before walking into my local T-bar and had decided to choose something to invigorate the body and the soul. I thought long and hard before deciding on trying a tea introduced to me by an old friend only a year or so before. Robert promised the heaven and the stars in this tea and I think he may not be wrong. The first steel of this tea provides a beautiful golden honey liqour in the cup which can only be described as heavenly. Like a good aged wine the tannins, although delicate, provides a smooth mouth and mossy nose.
But wait there’s more!
This tea continues to evolve with each consecutive steep, in this case 3-4 maximum. This is a great tea to enjoy time after time as every cup is different to the last.
Alas this is not the best example of Pai Mu Tan it is still worth searching out.