105 Tasting Notes
Beautiful full-bodied with a very silky texture and from the first sip on intensely fresh-floral, slightly bitter notes as well as a discreetly invigorating Qi. Undoubtedly a very good tea, but for my taste a little too “clean”.
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Flavors: Bitter, Floral, Flowers, Round , Smooth, Sweet
Slightly bitter, nutty-earthy and slightly bitter after old books, no “where dui wei” any more present, quite persistent though somewhat mixed leaf quality.
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Flavors: Bitter, Earth, Nutty
Beautifully spicy and oily without being too heavy, but still with an interesting texture. Unfortunately only very discreet Qi. [only had a sample]
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Flavors: Floral, Honey, Spicy, Sweet, Thick
Traditional-stored Sheng with barbecue sauce – that’s how this tea can be summed up. Moist, warm, woody-sweet notes under a very intense layer of smoke, which is not a bit aggressive but a very pleasant, super soft texture. Rather unsorted leaves – from large, strong leaves to the whole branch – everything is included, which makes this already extraordinary tea even more extraordinary.
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Flavors: Leather, Smoke, Sweet, Wet Wood, Wood
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Interesting fragrance, but very light in taste and reminds of white tea. A pleasant, calm tea for a longer infusion time.
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Flavors: Flowers, Hay, Sweet
Soft and heavy, due to a certain humidity a very nice moss note which also makes the tea look much older.
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Flavors: Heavy, Moss, Nutty, Vegetal, Wet Moss, Wet wood
At the beginning, very nutty and floral-vegetable with slight herbal notes, the aromas transform into a pleasant, freshly bitter-sweet blend with subtle fruitiness. Slightly light body and rather coarse in the processing but altogether very tasty and multi-faceted.
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Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Herbaceous, Nutty, Sweet, Vegetables
Heavily spicy, bitter-fruity, discreetly herbaceous and slightly astringent with very beautiful, intense citrus notes and a long-lasting sweetness.
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Flavors: Astringent, Bitter, Citrus, Fruity, Herbaceous, Spicy, Sweet
Super heavy, soft and thick, intense after dark chocolate with a distinctive bitterness and subtle sweetness. Without any trace of fruitiness.
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Flavors: Bitter, Chocolate, Heavy, Sweet, Thick