Wuyuan Wild Mountain Organic

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Sipdown! Thanks for a sample of this one, *Raritea*! Immediately after I steeped this one, it seemed apparent that I either overleafed or oversteeped, as I was getting an astringent, metallic...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2229 tasting notes
  • “Many thanks for the sample *Raritea*! I liked this. Bad idea to try it right after kale chips... ha! On the second steep now and it's still nice. Very floral, with a mild cinnamon note, whereas...” Read full tasting note
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  • “SIPDOWN! Thanks again to *raritea* for this sample. I figured since I was on a green tea start this morning, i might as well try a few of them back to back so that I could do a comparison to an...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4710 tasting notes
  • “Brothy taste with buttery edge. Hints of vegetal green tea taste with accompanying sweetness in the background. Vaguely reminiscent of a floral taste in the aftertaste. Light and well-placed...” Read full tasting note
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This is a small leafed green tea with tiny buds that enhance the sweetness of the tea. It is an excellent choice in this price range. (Chinese Green)

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Sipdown! Thanks for a sample of this one, Raritea!

Immediately after I steeped this one, it seemed apparent that I either overleafed or oversteeped, as I was getting an astringent, metallic aroma from the brewed cup. Bleh. However, I tried some anyways, and it seems that those aromas are just part of the tea – perhaps I didn’t brew it perfectly, but it’s definitely not nearly as screwed up as I would have thought! The flavour is kind of a brothy, almost smoky vegetal green, with a twist of sweetness at the end of the sip. This is not chewy Laoshan Green vegetal though, more of a… cruciferous vegetable sort? It’s also a touch seaweedy/mariney, which aren’t notes in Laoshan Green. There’s some astringency as well, but as Raritea mentioned, it fits ok here. I still prefer my teas to be as astringency-free as possible, but this is quite tolerable.

Overall, I’m actually reasonably impressed by this one. Primarily because of the lingering sweet aftertaste, most likely, which is a hallmark of a tasty green tea, to me. I’d certainly happily drink this again – I feel like it would be a great accompaniment to a meal, as it’s fairly flavourful and tasty. We’ll see how it fares overnight next to my bed… I brought up way too many teas to finish them all off (so left a couple sips of this one). Most greens do quite poorly when left to sit, but the for the occasional one, it works!

ETA: Second infusion way too astringent. I have yet to figure out the sweet spot for second infusions of green teas :(

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Many thanks for the sample Raritea!
I liked this. Bad idea to try it right after kale chips… ha!
On the second steep now and it’s still nice. Very floral, with a mild cinnamon note, whereas the first one was more vegetal and butter with floral in the background.
Huh, I am getting an odd broth note in the swallow. Almost bubbly even. Must be the power of suggestion, as I saw someone elses review earlier today that mentioned that.
No no, after another sip, it is still rather broth like!

Kittenna

Mmmmmmmmm kale chips…

Indigobloom

homemade to!! so easy :P

Kittenna

Yeah, I’ve made them! :D

Indigobloom

Actually I think you were one of the people that inspired me, you and a friend who posted the recipe on fb!

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SIPDOWN!

Thanks again to raritea for this sample. I figured since I was on a green tea start this morning, i might as well try a few of them back to back so that I could do a comparison to an extent. While this one isn’t a bad straight green, I miss the sweetness that the previous one had. This is more vegetal and yet not. it’s also more astringent and there’s an after taste that I’m not a fan of. I appreciate the sample share Raritea!

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Brothy taste with buttery edge. Hints of vegetal green tea taste with accompanying sweetness in the background. Vaguely reminiscent of a floral taste in the aftertaste. Light and well-placed astringency which compliments the brew.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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