2006 Bulang Wild Big Tree, Fuhai

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Bay Leaf, Camphor, Chamomile, Fennel Seed, Ginseng, Herbaceous, Iodine, Licorice Root, Sage, Star Anise, Sweet, Thyme, Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Bulang Wild Big Tree is a humongous Fuhai treat for those who like their raw puerh on the smoky and camphory side. Acquired in March 2022, this monstrosity has been marvelously stored, no hints of any humidity but conditions just right to allow for the camphor to develop.

Were the Bulang Wild Big Tree to acquire a different name, it would be Campfire Crest. . . as in the toothpaste. It is very sweet. The camphor resonates in the aftertaste as if you’d just brushed your teeth. The texture is round with the astringency being negligible, though it does stick to the teeth and cheeks in a freshly brushed fashion while stimulating salivation. The sugar lingers in the mouth as well. If there’s any question about what camphor tastes like, this is a great example without leaning into the medicinal side of things. Overall, a very even keeled and sweet-drinking experience. Yields better than 10 infusions. Dry-stored in Fuzhou, in Los Angeles since Mar ’22. 30g. sample only. One kilo gua avail on request.


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I can finally say with confidence that my teas have adjusted to the mountain, and I (perhaps have also adjusted, and so) can taste them again. Hallelujah, amen.

This is especially true with the sheng I have been babying in my crocks, and this little firecracker came out of one of them yesterday. Gong fu’d last night, then Western steeped 10g all day today (I think I’m on infusion 5… I definitely left steeps in the tank last night, based on these numbers).

This is perhaps not my favorite bouquet of flavors, but holy mother, does it have a story to tell. This may be the most distinct sheng I’ve had the pleasure of drinking. PJ’s assessment on his blog holds true, insofar as there is camphor and soooome smoke, but my little piece has transformed right past the minty hint of Crest toothpaste into herbaceous screaming and horehound bittersweetness. This 5th steep has some chamomile that is threatening to send everyone home to bed. It’s glorious and jarring and not subtle or really even balanced in any proper sense of the word. The mouthfeel is round, my guts are warm, and I had a great time, I swear, but no, I will not marry you because I can’t live like this every night, but also I hope you have the best life, you Wild Big Tree. Muah.

Flavors: Bay Leaf, Camphor, Chamomile, Fennel Seed, Ginseng, Herbaceous, Iodine, Licorice Root, Sage, Star Anise, Sweet, Thyme, Traditional Chinese Medicine


Oh boy, that sounds like a good session and a good time was had by all!

Marshall Weber

Have been looking at trying this one, but sounds like quite the firecracker hahaha

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