Fragrant Leaf Green Pu-Erh (raw green uncooked Pu-Erh)

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Yesterday we made a trek to Teance in Berkeley which is definitely one of the more upscale tea places I have ever been to (with prices to match) I decided I needed to pick up one of these little...” Read full tasting note
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From Yiwu, made with a local leaf called Fragrant Leaf. Noted for the sweet sticky rice fragrance imparted into the tea. It’s made to have a light, velvety texture and meant to be drunk now without further storage.

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Yesterday we made a trek to Teance in Berkeley which is definitely one of the more upscale tea places I have ever been to (with prices to match)

I decided I needed to pick up one of these little fragrant leaf shengs, it sounded so appealing from the description and the bamboo leaf wrapping could not be cuter…

I threw the first steep of this away after I realized I forgot to rinse it. The second steep here is pretty nice, I am getting the sticky rice aroma for sure, there is a slightly sweet taste with quite a bit of astringency in the finish. Slightly earthy. I steeped it for around 2 minutes basket style, I will try for less steeping next time around. It is a very young sheng but I liked it. My rating might go up when I’ve had the chance to do a proper gong fu tasting.

Third steep here has gotten a lot lighter with some more fruity/apple flavors…

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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