50 Tasting Notes
Intense waves of euphoria. Steeps to infinity
Flavors: Floral, Rainforest
Absolutely lovely. Maybe my favorite tea from 2016. For the price, is definitely at the top of my list. So beautiful, has everything I need in a tea, and not too much bitterness or astringency. Just sweet floral, rainforest huigan.
Flavors: Flowers, Rainforest, Summer, Sweet
Idk if it’s a placebo from reading the description on w2t, but I feel so relaxed and content right now. This is my first high quality aged puer and was expecting more huigan, but maybe I’m just spoiled with teadontlie right now.
4g in 100ml guywon. Brewing this tea gongfu (5s, 10s, 10s, 30s) works surprisingly well. Like the description on the site says this tea is rich and robust. I almost can’t even smell the gaiwan too close its so intense.
A lovely tea when puer is just not an option
This is one of the best ripe puers that I have ever tasted. (Although that isn’t saying much just look at my logged teas.) It has complexity and actually some huigan. I don’t drink ripe often, but when I do, I would like to drink something like this. With this kind of quality, its enough reason for me to stop supporting the larger factories. Sure the big names are reliable, but with my experience, white2tea is on another plane of reliability.
Another tea unlike anything I’ve had. The dry leaf smells like an aged raw with a little fresh gushu. The tea tastes like a ripe puer (nothing special, at first) then the huigan of a young gushu creeps up and thows me for a loop. I continue drinking, then the cha qi of a young gushu hits and I am floored. I have to take a break. Never have I had a tea with this qi be so drinkable. I would recommend anyone to try this that hasn’t drank a ripe gushu. For me it tastes too much like ripe for me to drop gushu money on a ripe cake. But that’s just what my budget allows me. I would still recommend anyone to at least sample it to see if it would be worth it to you.