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This tea begins very light, and then the astringency creeps up on you like some sort of ski-masked purse-snatcher. Three/four steeps in, and all of a sudden the sides of my tongue are numb and the insides of my cheeks are dry and tingly, like I’d just eaten a Saltine Cracker. Farmer-Leaf self-describes this tea as having a “very active” and “robust” mouthfeel, and they’re not lying, in the best way possible. Complex mouthfeel is a front-runner for what makes puerh so unique, and this tea is a great example…
Link to full review: https://shenggut.wixsite.com/shenggut/single-post/2017/10/08/Farmerleaf-Jingmai-Tian-Xiang-Spring-2017

Flavors: Orchids, Stonefruits, Tobacco

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
Pu 'Eh?!

I have the 100g Spring 2017 Jingmai Tian Xiang and had it twice, and I got two different expreinces with it. I need to try it a few more times before making up my mind.

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Pu 'Eh?!

I have the 100g Spring 2017 Jingmai Tian Xiang and had it twice, and I got two different expreinces with it. I need to try it a few more times before making up my mind.

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