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well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.bannacha is selling it for 8 euros / 100 grams right now, a full 250g cake for 16 euro.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.bannacha is selling it for 8 euros / 100 grams right now, a full 250g cake for 16 euro.i guess the demand is not very high because of the rather mild to no taste.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.bannacha is selling it for 8 euros / 100 grams right now, a full 250g cake for 16 euro.i guess the demand is not very high because of the rather mild to no taste.for this price and if you like rather tasteless teas like white tea, the effect is quite nice and it is definately there after 4 brews (10-13-16-19 seconds), but it’s a rather sleepy alcoholic effect and not a typical sheng like awakening mind opening one.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.bannacha is selling it for 8 euros / 100 grams right now, a full 250g cake for 16 euro.i guess the demand is not very high because of the rather mild to no taste.for this price and if you like rather tasteless teas like white tea, the effect is quite nice and it is definately there after 4 brews (10-13-16-19 seconds), but it’s a rather sleepy alcoholic effect and not a typical sheng like awakening mind opening one.i definately can not taste any citrus, flower or sweet aromas here or any bitterness at all contrary to the original description by william but as he says, it’s really a tea for people who favor body over fragrance.

well.. regarding this tea is a sheng picked in 2012 and already 5 years old i can’t review the fresh taste of it, i bought it about 2 years ago in 2015 and the taste was near to none with a high caffeine effect to it.now at the age of 5 yeats i have to say the color and taste is still near to none, rather grey/transparent, slightly brown.there are no specific sheng tastes to it like a jingmai sheng would have (intense yellow and after 5 years orange), but reminds of a typical yunnan tea tree (more like the stems).i wouldn’t rate it very high, it tastes more like a silver bud tea without much aroma.from aspects of effect: yes there is a slight effect you can feel that is typical for yunnan sheng, rather mild and alcoholic like white tea.bannacha is selling it for 8 euros / 100 grams right now, a full 250g cake for 16 euro.i guess the demand is not very high because of the rather mild to no taste.for this price and if you like rather tasteless teas like white tea, the effect is quite nice and it is definately there after 4 brews (10-13-16-19 seconds), but it’s a rather sleepy alcoholic effect and not a typical sheng like awakening mind opening one.i definately can not taste any citrus, flower or sweet aromas here or any bitterness at all contrary to the original description by william but as he says, it’s really a tea for people who favor body over fragrance.i hope i helped you with this review so you will have an idea of what kind of tea you are buying.

Flavors: Artichoke, Bamboo

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 6 OZ / 180 ML

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i’ve been drinking original teas from china for several years since a contact in zhejiang area sends tthem to me through my uncle 2 times a year.
i’ve had all kinds of chinese green tea like mao jian, long jing, fo cha, wu yuan and went on to puer teas of all kinds.

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