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2010 Pre-Guyu Huang Shan Mao Feng (Yellow Mountain Peak) 800m (2400ft.)

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  • “I just had a pretty good mild cigar and this tea stands up to the taste that was very recently in my mouth while providing a seemingly perfect contrast. Instead of prolonging the experience with a...” Read full tasting note
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Production Year-2010
Production Season-Spring, Harvested in Mid April
Production Region-Anhui Province, Yellow Mountain Region (Geographic Patent Region). Single estate. 800m (2400ft.) above sea level.
Style-Hong Qing (roasted)

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I just had a pretty good mild cigar and this tea stands up to the taste that was very recently in my mouth while providing a seemingly perfect contrast. Instead of prolonging the experience with a roasted oolong, puerh or red tea I opted for a more cooling tea. The real cool part, however, is not the contrast but the compliment this tea adds with a savory bottom end and enough body to satisfy the palate. The bright grassy finish is exactly in order and adds the cooling element that really makes this feel like the next course in a well thought out meal.

Extra points tacked on because I can still taste the cigar.

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