484 Tasting Notes

Amanda 'SoggyEnderman' Wilson

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Having this one tonight with my brother, A very tasty tea :)

Dexter

MMMMmmmmmmm Love Jin Jun Mei – glad you are having a great tea with family. Happy New Year!!!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

Happy New Year! :)

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I’m not a big fan of this one,
I loved the in your face boldness of this one as it was quite strong to me(at first)with a good bit of astringency which I also enjoyed, no bitter tho, malty, slightly fruity at times with some bready notes and some woody notes even other than that nothing very special to make note of.
Not bad but not my cup of tea.
The second and third steeps didn’t keep the in your face boldness.
Would probably be pretty good steeped one good time strong with some milk and sugar or as a base to a chai maybe.
Not bad.
Yes I posted this one twice cuz it is in here twice :)

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I’m not a big fan of this one,
I loved the in your face boldness of this one as it was quite strong to me(at first)with a good bit of astringency which I also enjoyed, no bitter tho, malty, slightly fruity at times with some bready notes and some woody notes even other than that nothing very special to make note of.
Not bad but not my cup of tea.
The second and third steeps didn’t keep the in your face boldness.
Would probably be pretty good steeped one good time strong with some milk and sugar or as a base to a chai maybe.
Not bad.

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80

Very nice aroma, bold and fruity kinda flowery.

The first steep 3min as directed, Nice slightly bold body, slight fruity note like a peach followed by a smooth malty creamyness and a lingering astringency on the very end.

Second steep I just upped to 4min, Not quite as bold in the body but the taste is excellent! Fruity notes like plums instead of peach this time with a more intense malty creamyness and the astringency is only half as good as it was before but still lingers in a nice way.

The third steep again I just added one minute up to 5min, Still quite nice and tasty but very bold at all, friuty notes of plum still almost and a kind of raisin like note with smooth malty notes, not so creamy now and hardly any astringency at all.

I did a 4th steep but it came up too weak but still had a nice slight malty note.

Overall this one is Pretty good, the first steep delivered on the bold body and the second steep on the taste with a pleasant third steep also, it does lack a little in the body to me I don’t think I’d care for it with milk(like I enjoy most assams) unless it were made extra strong But at the same time it is a bit too tasty for milk and I don’t think it needs milk because that would weaken the taste of this tea itself, it’s good enough on it’s own.

Flavors: Creamy, Fruity, Malt

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I like this one pretty good, it was nice and strong and bold.
I’m getting a slight sweet fruity note like apricot or peach, some slight woody notes and a hint of floral with a really strong chocolatey note on the end, it leaves a most wonderful aftertaste of cocoa and rose petals.
Very Good Tea, I may need to get some more.
I give an 80 on this one because I really enjoyed it, I will spend more time with this one and may change the rating.

Flavors: Chocolate, Rose, Wood

Kirkoneill1988

is it a black tea?

Thomas Edward(Toad)

seriously??????

Kirkoneill1988

i posted this question on your post in the group then right after i posted it here too diddent know which one you would reply to

Thomas Edward(Toad)

I said that because seriously it says its a black tea right here in the description also has a photo of it, alls ya had to do was just view it :)

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I’m not convinced that this is Tea, maybe a leafy vegatable from a distant planet dried to look like Tea.
Whatever it is, its not too bad
I kinda like it and I kinda don’t, kinda glad I have another sample to try.
I’m not sure what to think of most darjeelings tho,I’m not sure what it is about them that make them odd to me but they are, I think I’ve never had a really good Darjeeling.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

I rarely see my post show up in the dashboard :(
that’s one of the reasons i rarely post to steepster these days, Oh Well

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The dry leafe smelled of celery and the wet leafe smelled of something awesome that i can’t describe, lovely comforting sweet aromas.
The taste is interesting, very yummy, I was impressed.
I’ve had other mulberry tea that tasted a little different than this one and I’ve had Jiaogulan leafe teas that tasted similar to this.
I’m not really sure how to describe this or what to think about it, Still very tastey :)
I see other reviws say it taste similar to a Sencha? I’m not sure I havent had enough Senchas But if they taste similar to this I’ll give them a try.
Oh the wet leafe aroma to me was like sweet white corn growing on the cob.

Amanda 'SoggyEnderman' Wilson

that sounds delicious!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

it was yummy, wish i had more :)

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This is really really awesome!!
I’ve drank a pretty good bit of it the past few days actually because damn it’s so good.
Not so easy to describe, its earthy and almost kinda tropical to me, like a refreshing tropical burst of of lime followed by a smooth soothing earthy taste of puerh with just a hint of sweetness, awesome!!
Lime to me sometimes can make things a tad bitter or sour even but not in here, the strong puerh and the slightly sweet brown sugar balance it out very well.
Looks like muddy water taste like heaven, hard to describe for me because I had it with different puerh and it’s gonna taste different pending on which puerh you use, I’ve used 4 different puerhs so far with, I think really thick, dark earthy, woodsy Puerh is perfect for it.

I had a few vaariations of it too so I’ll share that with ya, cuz i think it was interesting.
I made it with an aged Liu Bao and it was awesome, a little sweeter than with the Puerh and not quite as earthy, very nice but I like a really earthy Puerh for this.
Fresh Lime is is important for this one, I did run out of them and I used a tablespoon of lime juice instead, it was pretty good to but just not as good as a real lime.
I also ran out of dark brown sugar and had to use some light brown sugar once it was also really good but the dark brown is the best, dark brown had a slight molasses kinda of taste to it that played much better than the sweeter taste of the light brown sugar.

If you try this, which i think anybody who likes puerh should try it, Do it exactly the way it is written here! You’ll love it, if ya don’t absolutely love it at first then try to play with it some ;)
I played with it some because I loved it and because I ran out of stuff for it from making so much lol

I’m not putting a number on it because of the diverse flavors and tastes of different puerhs that you can use to make this, Make it with your fav Pu-erh or even better with WP Ontario 1357 Shou ;)

MzPriss

I used the 1357 and it was great

Thomas Edward(Toad)

I kinda want to try it with a sheng too, just to see how its like lol

MzPriss

I think it would be tricky with sheng

Thomas Edward(Toad)

ya, i think so too

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