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Bai Lin Gong Fu

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From JK Tea Shop

Season : Spring 2009

Grade : AAA

Weight : 100gr/3.53oz

Origine : Bai Lin, Hu Lin town, Tai Mu Mountain, Fu Ding County, Fujian Province.

Plantation attitude : 500 ~ 800 meters above sea level.

Plantation varietals : Fu Ding Da Bai Cha variety.

Dry leaves appearance : The tea is made by using only tender buds which are shaped into tight and elegant stripes. The leaves contains large amount of fine orangish-yellow hairs hence its nickname – Ju Hong (clementine red).

Fragrance : A pleasant fresh and refreshing “Hao Xiang (bud’s aroma)” is offered by the dry leaves. It smells creamy and sweet with a touch of chocolate.

Liquor : The clear liquor has a bright red color with a thick and smooth texture.

Taste : The liquor is thick with a “greasy” feeling in the mouth. The sweet soup offers a creamy and pleasant floral flavor that is companied along with a soft chocolate note along with each brew.

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This was an amazing golden monkey. Too bad I can’t figure out if it’s on their website or not =( =( (it was a free sample!)

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