I was blown away by the initial strong aromas from the dryleaf and the wetleaf. Its the usual hay but enveloped in a twang of citrus. Liquor is pale green with a touch of orange. Tea itself is still too young so the ku bitterness lingers for a while in your mouth while providing a nice buttery mouthfeel and just a hint of tobacco.
This is a very subdued tea right now, maybe aging will let it develop further so I’ll revisit it occasionally
2009 Ancient Rhyme Sheng Pu-erh
First flush spring tea and new recipe Mengku. Sun-dried Yunnan large leaf with a large Wild Arbour leaf pressed on the front along with red ribbon. Flavor is pungent but smooth, sweet after taste pleasantly stay in throat and can be brewed multiple times.