Price: 100g £7.66 ($11.98) from Dragon Tea House.
7g in Gaiwan.
Dry: Dark brown; medium compression, slightly fishy.
Wet: Creamy, slightly fishy, chocolatey, electrical smoke.
5s – Med brown. Good body, soft bitterness on the swallow, woody.
10s – Dark brown. Strong, complex body. The flavour profile is woody body with a creamy, slightly fishy, sweet finish that lingers. This is excellent tea in terms of body and finish.
The only negatives are that the wood flavours can carry a bit of funk. i.e. Sometimes they don’t seem to fit.
This tea brews well when brewed for longer to give a darker flavour.
Flavors: Creamy, Dark Wood, Wet wood