2007 Jin Gui Lincang

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Honey, Grass
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 45 sec 3 g 4 oz / 119 ml

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  • “Really enjoying this sheng this morning. It develops into a sweet honeyed tea with just a slight edge of bitterness. Really well balanced and smooth. The color is a nice amber and the tea gives for...” Read full tasting note
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    Dubalot 27 tasting notes
  • “Although this has the seemingly-obligatory smell / taste of dirty work pants, it has less of it than other shengs I have tried. There is also a touch of the sweet and floral here. A definate...” Read full tasting note
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    sherubtse 78 tasting notes
  • “My friend gave me a sample of this tea and told me to pay attention to its longevity. So I am going to write this note in terms of steeps in my gaiwan: 1st steep: Dark amber liquid. Robust and...” Read full tasting note
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    MollyG 4 tasting notes

From White 2 Tea

Raw puer tea that was once referred to by a friend as a “lady tea”, referring to its soft, light soup and floral fragrance. This tea is friendly and ready to drink. Very affordable.

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27 tasting notes

Really enjoying this sheng this morning. It develops into a sweet honeyed tea with just a slight edge of bitterness. Really well balanced and smooth. The color is a nice amber and the tea gives for a quite a while. This is one of the more mellow shengs that I’ve had in a while. It is another enjoyable tea from White 2 Tea!

Flavors: Honey

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 3 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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78 tasting notes

Although this has the seemingly-obligatory smell / taste of dirty work pants, it has less of it than other shengs I have tried. There is also a touch of the sweet and floral here. A definate improvement over previous shengs I have tasted, but still pretty bad.

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 0 sec 3 g 6 OZ / 177 ML

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My friend gave me a sample of this tea and told me to pay attention to its longevity. So I am going to write this note in terms of steeps in my gaiwan:

1st steep: Dark amber liquid. Robust and uniform grassy notes. By uniform I mean each sip reproduces the same strength in taste. I noticed an incredibly pleasant after taste while I waited for the second round to steep.

2nd steep: Pretty much the same dark amber liquid with more orangey hints. The taste has evolved and is now quite sharp in a sense. The tea still posses the grassy undertones, but masked by a reassuring bitterness. The last sip tasted extremely sweet.

3rd steep: Usually by this point, my tea begins to lose both color and taste. I steeped it for a tad bit longer and the leaves have really expanded at this point. The color has lifted considerably to more of a peachy orange. No more dark amber lingers in the cup and the color is more clear. This steep has brought back the uniformity in taste and has taken away the bitterness. Back to a pleasant almost indescribable taste.

I want to go enjoy the tea now, so I will hopefully come back and finish this.

Flavors: Grass

Preparation
1 min, 0 sec

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