Forest Bloom 2006 Liu Bao Heicha

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Dark/heicha Tea
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Flavors
Camphor, Earthy, Woody
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  • “Gongfu! Had this as a morning session yesterday. It was such an incredible start to the day with rich, camphorous notes of wet wood and forest undergrowth and a surprisingly floral undertone and...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea is sooo good. Wood and earth tones. Camphor freshness in the mouth. And the energy… So strange. Invigorating and calming at the same time. Want to keep drinking but need to take a break...” Read full tasting note
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This is the tea equivalent of discovering a flower in the forest, hence the name. Up front the flavour is notably woody, as one wood expect, but a floral undertone is persistent. Every once in a while a light orchid scent creeps in, refreshing the senses and bringing your attention back to the cup.

This tea is overall quite smooth and fragrant, with a medium body that allows for a nice texture, but still keeps enough focus on the fragrance.

If you’re sensitive to storage scent, as we are, then we recommend an additional rinse. This tea doesn’t have an overwhelming storage scent, especially compared to many other aged teas, but we did notice that it cleans up by the 2nd or 3rd brew.

We highly recommend this tea for those seeking a dynamic, yet affordable session with an aged Liu Bao.

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Gongfu!

Had this as a morning session yesterday. It was such an incredible start to the day with rich, camphorous notes of wet wood and forest undergrowth and a surprisingly floral undertone and finish. Smooth, medium to heavy bodied and really well balanced with a sweet, clean finish. Pretty perfectly named, as well! I’m not actually sure if this is still in stock, but if it is I will definitely be considering adding a more sizeable amount to my next inevitable Bitterleaf order!

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This tea is sooo good.
Wood and earth tones.
Camphor freshness in the mouth.
And the energy… So strange. Invigorating and calming at the same time.
Want to keep drinking but need to take a break because my head is spinning.

Flavors: Camphor, Earthy, Woody

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