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2012 1630m (4900 ft.) Jiang Xi Tribute Tea

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180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “~Preliminary review~ _Experience buying from Life in Teacup_ http://steepster.com/places/2861-life-in-a-teacup-online-easthampton-massachusetts I bought an ounce of this from Life in Teacup...” Read full tasting note
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From Life In Teacup

Production Year: 2012

Production Season: spring

Production Region: Jiangxi Province, Wuyuan

Style: Chao Qing (stir-fry to kill enzyme)

Pack Size: 1 oz. (28g pack)

Price per unit: $4

Product #: 2igc

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Preliminary review

Experience buying from Life in Teacup http://steepster.com/places/2861-life-in-a-teacup-online-easthampton-massachusetts

I bought an ounce of this from Life in Teacup in the spring of 2012 and brewed it up days later on 6/22/2012.

Nothing stands out about the appearance of the leaf: to me the dry leaf looks like Chun Mee, and while brewing it (no in-depth analysis yet) I can see that the wet leaf has a number of torn pieces in it; still it’s relatively uniform-looking with an army green color and a number of whole leaves (looking at it while sitting in my strainer/sieve after I did the third). The aroma while steeping on the third was kind of sour (I did the third steeping pretty short after ‘sniffing’ a sour aroma), and not really very pleasant (at least to me it’s wasn’t).

Still, after having three steepings of this tea this morning, my wife and I both like the flavor of it: no smokiness, no astringency or bittterness, with a mild but good, vegetal flavor (and solid flavor even on the third). Tentatively speaking (based on this initial steeping session), this one is a possible re-buy the next time I buy tea from Life in Teacup (at $4 / OZ).

I hope to update this (and assign a numerical rating) the next time I do another steepings session on it.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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