China Yunnan

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  • “1 TB for 450mL water @98C, steeped 5+ forgotten minutes. Okay, I got distracted and FORGOT this tea as is steeped, so I can't give a fair rating yet. I have no idea how long it sat there. I can...” Read full tasting note
    MButlerHallett 517 tasting notes
  • “Very pleasant and mild, I do not find the floral quality to be as elusive (I hope they mean elusive) as Stash's wordsmith. I tend to over-steep, always running around at work in the morning. This...” Read full tasting note
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(FOP) From the birthplace of teas in the high Yunnan plateau of Southern China, produced for 1700 years. Red-amber, bright and full-bodied with an illusive floral aroma.

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517 tasting notes

1 TB for 450mL water @98C, steeped 5+ forgotten minutes.

Okay, I got distracted and FORGOT this tea as is steeped, so I can’t give a fair rating yet. I have no idea how long it sat there.

I can say it’s this seems to be an everyday Yunnan, versus them there fancy black needle varieties I covet. It’s a bit less expensive. This is smooth and mineral and — to my surprise — a bit smoky, like a Keemun, and a bit tarry, like a lapsang souchong. It’s also a bit bitter on the finish, but again, I over-steeped. Getting a faint bite of pepper.

The use of “illusive” in the packet copy makes me giggle. This is all an illusion? They must mean “elusive,” as in, hard to pin down.

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Very pleasant and mild, I do not find the floral quality to be as elusive (I hope they mean elusive) as Stash’s wordsmith. I tend to over-steep, always running around at work in the morning. This tea handles it well.

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