2012 Guangxi Traditional Liubao Tea 50g

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Black Tea
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Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “Expected a bit more punch and creativity but got traded for really mild taste and slumber. Needs more leaves to achieve taste than most but price point makes it a good deal. Unlike others, doesn’t...” Read full tasting note
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The tea come from the high mountains of Guangxi near the border with Vietnam and are made in the traditional way by local ethnic minorities. The tea trees are old and grow in a better ecological environment. This tea is full in quality and tastes rich and layered. After purchasing the raw materials, the tea merchant pressed the tea leaves into the bamboo basket, and a few years ago, the tea leaves were broken up and stored in the big zisha vat. As a result, the tea is transformed particularly well and evenly.

This tea have its inner power but it calm you down. Soft with aged taste, presenting a distinctive betel nut aroma. This tea is still very flexible and elastic from the perspective of the brewed leaves, which indicates that the tea leaves still have a lot of vitality, and there will be a large room for aging in the future.

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Expected a bit more punch and creativity but got traded for really mild taste and slumber. Needs more leaves to achieve taste than most but price point makes it a good deal. Unlike others, doesn’t need to be boiled from cold at ultra light heat for 45 mins. Below average mirror lined thermos, made in India, from IKEA is sufficient to brew properly. Kills food cravings, sends to bed if accompanied with two cans of Irish stout beer. Wonder if mixing it with young raw puerh would give it a bit of tanginess and/ or caffeine kick. Although proximity to Vietnam is mentioned as a source, a totally different experience from so called border version. Curious how Malaysian storage would factor in here. Definitely in its own category.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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