Another from the January pu-erh sample from Xingyang via Verdant.

The dry leaf has very little aroma. Clean, fresh, a faint whisper on a spring breeze.

The wet leaf is green, bright and smells of cedar.

The first cup is goldenrod in color, a bit cloudy. It tastes of sandalwood and green beans.

The second is not yet quite amber, still with some particles. The flavor sharpens quickly to pine and lemongrass.

The third is amber, particles clearing. The flavor intensifies and hui gan begins.

The fourth is again amber, further clearing. Notes shifting to collard and camphor.

The fifth, color begins to brown on toward caramel. Quite sharp on the palate now.

Six continues in much the same.

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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