Haixintang Banzhang Mountain 2007 Stone Pressed Sheng

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The last time I reviewed this sheng, which was a reserve TOMC for last August, I had just gone into the studio with a local rapper, Spaide Ripper, to record a song called Angels.
Coincidentally, he just contacted me & the CD is almost ready for release, & he’s planning to make a music video, which he wants me to be part of. Cool! I’m not really a huge rap fan, but he’s a pretty cool guy, a family man, & we had a great time in the studio. So, you know I’m in!

I spent most of the morning sipping on steeps of this Sheng & gardening. It’s a smooth & savory one, with a hazelnut butter kind of a taste to it after awhile. The earlier steepings are potent but smooth, with a spicy taste that reminds me a bit of Cannabis, which I haven’t smoked in over 30 years, but did smoke a lot of back in the day, & yes, I inhaled…every time!
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Anna

Haha, you’re too cool for school, Terri.

TheTeaFairy :-) :-) :-)

(You have to provide a link to the video when it’s ready, my dear jet set tea friend!!!)

Indigobloom

But does he like tea…

mrmopar

What is Cannabis? Some old school type of tea? Sounds interesting. Love spicy tea with unusual names.

TheTeaFairy

Mrmopar, you are quite the funny guy ;-)
(Very old school indeed!)

Terri HarpLady

As I’ve said before, I love you guys!
For sure, if the video actually happens, I’ll send a link. He’s talking about filming in June.

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Sipdown, 125. Another sheng! Getting a bit younger. I am going through a number of gongfu steeps with these, trying each.

This was remarkably smooth. Definitely smoother than I thought it would be. It’s hard for me to say what it tastes like other than sheng; it’s leafy, it’s a bit woody. It’s not piney, and I think it has a hint of autumn leaves to it. I found the previous sheng a bit more interesting, but of course to me, as a non-puerh drinker, I’m not overly fond of either. Next!

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