This tea is so amazing. It’s just such a solid raw, with so much complexity. However, I don’t think I’d buy 400g of it, that’s just way too much tea, haha.
I was watching Scott’s youtube channel for Yunnan sourcing, and he was sitting out in his garden, and it just made me miss living out in the middle of nowhere again. I would love so much to be sitting out among a whole bunch of trees with no one in sight, and just feel the wind on my face and drink tea. Don’t get me wrong, living in the country was pretty depressing, no friends close by and being the only Muslims in town we got our fair share of prejudice against us. But I would kill to have that peace and tranquillity, and just drink tea outside under a big tree and not be disturbed by a neighbour mowing his lawn, or smell the puffs of smoke of another. and I think that this tea is absolutely perfect for a summer day out in nature. I don’t know how to explain it, but I just know that this tea would compliment a summer outside so well.
Hah, really went off topic with this one.
It’s green, vegetal, bright, more sour than it is bitter, and an overall great tea. The cha qi on this is great too, and the minerality leaves a sweet and sour aftertaste in your mouth.
Very very good tea.