357 Gram Guoyan Mountain Arbor Old Tree Raw - 2006

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 11 g

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Finally I’m drinking some Sheng! And a sip down (295) too!

I’ve reviewed this one pretty extensively before. It starts out kind of creamy textured, tasting like a mild bowl of cooked cereal, and gradually builds into something else…slightly bitter olive leaf…then a bit of a tart taste…each cup is an enhanced layer of flavor, as it should be, and the wet leaf smells like under ripe apricot to me.

Speaking of under ripe apricots, my apricot tree is loaded this year, & I’m starting to see some color!

mrmopar

Bout time to sheng a ling! Yes. Yes, Any you wish to get rid of from the tree I will help you dispose of them ;)

Terri HarpLady

I got peaches coming on soon too! Right now we’re knee deep is red & black raspberries! I love my big back yard :)

mrmopar

Love raspberries and wine berries! peaches, an all time fave! Like them with a little shine in a jar.

Terri HarpLady

I used to babysit for some people who kept large jars of brandied apricots on the counter in the kitchen. They were awesome, especially over vanilla ice cream. I always loved brandy (before I sobered up, that is).

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Brewed this one in the Gaiwan. Started out with 11 grams and a 5 second rinse. Did 3 short steeps of 5 seconds each poured into my 10 oz. mug. This has a nice floral scent after being rinsed. This one is nice with hints of apple and citrus. it brew very clean in the cup. It has an aftertaste wth a slight camphor touch to it. overall a pretty nice sheng.

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 11 g

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