2 Tasting Notes
I brewed this tea using a teapot (95°C: 7’) and a gaiwan (95°C : ’20 – ’25 – ’40 – ’45).
It is one of the best Tie Guan Yin I have tasted until now. It has a mild roast sensation at first then a more fruity note kicks in to stay in your mouth for a while. Everyone I shared it with loved it from tea lovers to tea agnostics! It is a deliciously safe bet.
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I just tasted it with a gaiwan and it is delicious. The first flush exhaled an delicate smell and made me eager to try it. I expected a heavier taste due to the lengthy oxidation however, it renders sweet, round and soothing for the spirit.