2010 Huang Ye (Wilderness) Tuo sheng

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  • “When I added this to the database, I clicked pu-erh as the variety because it's listed on the "Pu-erh and Yunnan White" page, but please correct me if I'm wrong--I still have lots to...” Read full tasting note
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When I added this to the database, I clicked pu-erh as the variety because it’s listed on the “Pu-erh and Yunnan White” page, but please correct me if I’m wrong—I still have lots to learn!

Anyway, this is a lot different than I expected from a tea that comes in a sheng—a cake, right? It steeps up a nice golden brown, and does not have a potting-soil taste at all. Has a green tea taste without the spinach. It’s sweeter, even a little floral in the background and dances around on your tongue before and after you swallow.

(Actually, I don’t know that any of the descriptive copy in the previous paragraph are doing it justice, but it’s really, really nice!) Second steep and it’s still going strong. Thanks, Gingko, for the opportunity to experience this one!

gmathis

Interesting development … steep #3 and, unless it’s the light shift in my writing room, the color has turned red-goldier.

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