I drank this tea with a lot of respect. The energy the tea gives is floaty-sharp.
Kept reminding me of a longjing (without a chestnut note) from the sweetness the tea gave with a hint of acidity.
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Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Sweet
Balanced, high quality.
One of the few oolongs that gets me tea drunk.
Orange juice, steamed pumpkin, sweet soil, soft flavors.
There isn’t a big depth of flavor, but this is a very clean and sweet shou.
Soft wet autumn leaves → cherry → chocolate → coffee!
Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Cherry, Chocolate, Coffee
Those are flavors I haven’t detected in this tea, so maybe I should try it in porcelain instead of Yixing clay! I’m glad you enjoyed the tea. 7572 is meant to replicate HK traditional storage sheng, so if you’re getting aged sheng qualities from it, that tells you how good CNNP shu was back in the day!
Dry, cooling, panzanella bread crust, bitter dark cacao, slight orange flavor.
Red watermelon, cucumber, warm grassy fields.
Medium, hydrating, flavor profile.
Flavors: Broth, Chocolate, Clay, Oats
I like this one. A great shou.
Very sweet and delicious. Such a treat to drink.
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