71 Tasting Notes

Simple Sheng is a 50g mini beeng by Crimson Lotus Tea that heavily gave off green tasting notes, such as notes of spinach and freshly cut grass. Surprisingly, there was a light floral note behind all of the green tasting notes which helped tie this tea in all together. Simple Sheng is made of high quality material and is exceptionally clean and clear for what you receive. I would highly recommend this tea for someone who is new to sheng puer.

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Turtle Dove is a bargan for a white tea, considring how complex ansd how powerful it was. I got tea drunk off of a mini gong-fu session with it, and even broke out in a sweat! This tea became surprisingly aggressive, and seemed to turn into a highly oxidized black/oolong tea half way through. One thing I liked about Turtle Dove is that it has a wide array of tasting notes that seemed to keep transforming throughout the session. Despite this tea’s aggressiveness, I believe that Turtle Dove was intended to be bought for aging purposes. I say this because this tea has a lot of positive characteristics that shows that this tea will age beautifully, and will probably become tamer over time.

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Flavors: Bitter, Floral, Malt

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uck What You Heard was a tea that was exceptionally delicate, and with a lower brewing temperature, more of these delicate tasting notes were able to come out. One thing I like about this tea was its complexity, which came as a surprise. Another thing I like about this tea was its strength, and had great body and energy. Hell, even at one point, it started to taste like a white tea!

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Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Grass, Green, Hay, Sweet

185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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This sheng is very complex and had a lot going for it. I think that it’s exceptional, especially considering that it’s a higher-end sheng, and is a tea I would save for a special occasion. It was very fragarant, and was complex in a lot of ways. Overall, I would reccomend getting at least a sample of thist ea, becuase its one that I believe that everyone should at least try once.

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Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Floral, Fruity, Hay, Medicinal, Sweet

180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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drank 2017 Four AM by White2Tea
71 tasting notes

2017 Four AM by Whtie2Tea was as complex as it was tasty. One of the first positive attributes that I noticed about this tea was that its texture quickly turned into a soup, shortly after beginning the session. Another aspect about this tea I liked was the fact that it was complex and kept changing throughout the session. This tea also had a nice energy, which made me completely tea drunk by the end of the session.

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Flavors: Bark, Bitter, Honey, Medicinal, Sweet, Wood

175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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Wow, this is a fresh and vibrant Alishan mountain oolong! Pear Mountian Oolong is lushous, creamy, and sweet. It taste amazing, and leaves a wonderful impression on the tongue. The price is on the higher side,, but it is very clean and very easy to drink.

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Wow, this is a really great milk oolong! It tastes very creamy, and has a good back bone as well. At first, the taste of cream corn and dairy milk hits the front of the tongue. Then, a spinach like aftertaste is left on the tongue. It has a very balanced mixture of milk and vegetal tasting notes, which helps this tea become more balanced.

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Flavors: Biting, Cream, Milk, Popcorn, Spinach

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To start, I think that Magic Mountain DNA is a beast of a tea, and for multiple reasons. First, its aggressive and has a sharp edge to its body. Second, it left a lasting impression in the mouth, and in turn, left me very tea drunk at the end of the session. I think this tea is exceptional, especially for representing the Menghai region.

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Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Hay, Medicinal, Wood

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Manichee is a 2017 tea by White2Tea that first came off with a strong Yiwu character, but later, gave off suggestive hints of having some Jingmai origins. The fruitiness was an instant standout in this sheng, and gave it more of an edge as far as sweetness goes. One thing I liked about this tea is that its fruitiness mixed beautifully with the medicinal body, and blended harmoniously to give it a balanced blend. Manichee’s sweetness wasn’t too sweet, which is a plus in my book.

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175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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Happy Anniversary Baby is one of White2Teas new 2017 productions that has a thick soup and an excellent tasting profile to go with it. Happy Anniversary Baby strongly resembles the Jingmai region of tea, primarily because of the brassy notes that trailed along throughout the session. One thing I like most about this tea is how heavy it was, which is a surprise considering how recently it was pressed.

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185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 OZ / 91 ML

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