Chafang Danzhu ’20

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 5 g 3 oz / 75 ml

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  • “So far I have a very good feeling about this Thailandese tea. It’s subtle and strong in his own way. The aroma is somehow new for me, different from chinese puerh. Forest floor, cooking herbs,...” Read full tasting note
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nutty, sweet, a very strong body feeling but rather mind calming, a light sweet saliva secretion, changes the time perception and puts one to a meditative state like, thick and rich tea soup, this tea is still like wild horse that needs to tamed (aged in terms of pu-erh), can be kicking much and so that concealed real qualities of it, still inspite of this it won’t let you in bad body feelings and nervous state rather puts you ‘straight’ right mindset

this tea comes from selected 10 oldest tea tree that age is around 500 years and more, it is perfect chance to compare it to Chafang Pang San Zhou that comes from old tea trees but younger and a wider age range, also a perfect comparison to Lao Cha cake from 2016

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So far I have a very good feeling about this Thailandese tea. It’s subtle and strong in his own way. The aroma is somehow new for me, different from chinese puerh. Forest floor, cooking herbs, white pepper, anice. Elegant and slightly muted. The liquor feels drying, bittersweet, with a sour note. The body is medium thick and oily.
Has a strong and clean presence, with unfamiliar mouth feeling and aftertaste game. Not very dynamic but the energy is very noticeable, and gave me a sense of calmess and awareness. It’s my favourite of the thai teas pu-erh.sk is offering.

I noticed that if I keep drinking more than few steepings the relaxing sensation turns into a more stimulating (and anxiety-inducing) feeling. This applies to all the teas I tried. That’s a shame because I enjoy seeing the progression of a tea with a long session and many steeps. I should probably reduce the quantity of leaves and water.

Preparation
Boiling 5 g 3 OZ / 75 ML

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