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.

7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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I’m a sheng puer lover, but I’m still kind of a n00b, so bare with me while I learn.


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