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At the beginning, very nutty and floral-vegetable with slight herbal notes, the aromas transform into a pleasant, freshly bitter-sweet blend with subtle fruitiness. Slightly light body and rather coarse in the processing but altogether very tasty and multi-faceted.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2017-bangdong-sheng-cha-mc
Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Herbaceous, Nutty, Sweet, Vegetables
Heavily spicy, bitter-fruity, discreetly herbaceous and slightly astringent with very beautiful, intense citrus notes and a long-lasting sweetness.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2016-meng-wang-sheng-cha-mc
Flavors: Astringent, Bitter, Citrus, Fruity, Herbaceous, Spicy, Sweet
Super heavy, soft and thick, intense after dark chocolate with a distinctive bitterness and subtle sweetness. Without any trace of fruitiness.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2009-ba-wang-shu-cha-mc
Flavors: Bitter, Chocolate, Heavy, Sweet, Thick
Heavy and thick, bitter and earthy without unpleasant notes.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2016-shu-neng-sheng-qiao-mc
Flavors: Bitter, Earth, Heavy, Thick
More atypical Hongcha – spicy and fruity without any great sweetness and without maltiness. Pleasantly bitter but slightly light.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2017-dian-hong-cha-mc
Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Spicy
This tea started out spicy, and had undertones of wood and moss. This sheng was lovely, and was very good quality (especially for the price tag). Along with this teas quality, it was full bodied and complex. It was full of tasting notes that kept evolving through out the session with it. Overall, I think this tea was great for what it was and I would recommend it, especially if you’re a fan of this region.
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