ZW48: White Tea Cake

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White Tea
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From Upton Tea Imports

Once used for Imperial Tribute, this style of tea has been produced since the Song Dynasty. The loosely packed Pai Mu Tan style leaves are easily removed from the cake for infusion. The light, golden infusion has a faint floral nose. The mellow cup has a citrus nuance and a sweet, lingering finish.
Origin:
China

Steeping Suggestions: –
Leaf Quantity: 2¼ g/cup
Water Temp: 180°
Steep Time: 3 min.

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First try of this and I’m not really getting much out of it. It’s rather a bland white, to me.

It does have a faint sweetness in the back of the throat as its finish, but I’m getting no citrus, no floral… It takes like a bland sort of musty white. Not one I’m impressed with. Perhaps future sweepings will bring out more in the flavor or another day of tasting it again. But so far this isn’t a white I’d buy again.

Rumpus Parable

Yeah, trying this one again… The finish has some melon warm pink-orange taste with light sweetness. But the primary taste of this? Bland musty white. Gonna see about trading or giving away.

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