2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan

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  • “*Leaf Quality:* The brick looked more green than another Fu Zhuan I've had. This tea was comprised of mainly cut leaves and stems; there were quite a bit of stems. As I started to separate chucks...” Read full tasting note
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Sheng Huo : life

This Fu brick tea is made of 2rd grade mao cha by machine. It has been aging for 3 years to reproduce “golden flowers” in the tea. This is very prized and interesting tea. People have called it the golden flowers “Jin Hua”. The Eurotium Cristatum is the dominant germ in the Fuzhuan, contributing to the special quality of the tea.

Smooth and sweet with floral and dry fruits aroma in mouth with long and great aftertaste, “Jin Hua” arohid flavour – a true gift for tea lovers! Good for daily life.

This brick is in some way similar with CNNP Shouzhu Fuzhuan which we also sell. Its taste is far better than the appearance! Very important is the overall process of this product is excellent!

Manufacturer : Anhua Tea Factory

Production date : 20/08/2011

Weight : 700g

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Leaf Quality:
The brick looked more green than another Fu Zhuan I’ve had. This tea was comprised of mainly cut leaves and stems; there were quite a bit of stems. As I started to separate chucks of tea from the brick, I noticed “Jin Hua” or “Golden Flowers” growing on the inside. The brewed leaves smelled musty and sweet.

Brewed Tea:
The brewed tea was medium brown, and smelled sweetly musty just as the leaves did. The flavor was light, sweet, a bit earthy, grassy, and nutty in the aftertaste. On the second sip, mossy undertones were also noticeable.
Second Steeping
This brew was more full-bodied than the first, and wasn’t as sweet. There was a fungal flavor present in the aftertaste this time. The mossy qualities had gone down, but a light earthiness was still present.
Third Steeping
This steeping smelled a bit sweeter than the second, and tasted likewise. A coppery fungal flavor was still present in the aftertaste. The nutty and woody flavors mingled well. The third sip reminded me of honey.

Though this tea had many stems and is comprised of 2nd quality material, I still enjoyed it. This offers quite a good tasting experience given the price. I’ll let the rest of the brick age as it will be quite interesting to see any changes.

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