Drink Me 2020 Nanmo Raw Puer

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The area of Nanmo is just a stone’s throw from Hekai and shares many of the same qualities, including a pleasant a balance between floral flavour and gentle bitterness.
However, even at a fraction of the price of most Hekai teas, this tea is not to be taken lightly. It’s hypnotic fragrance can easily lure you in and have its way with you, making it a powerful value.

By comparison to its bigger brother, Resistance, this tea come from smaller and younger trees. While people won’t usually boast about this feature, small trees often produce more fragrance forward teas with friendly prices, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Picking period: Pre-March 28

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Gongfu!

Tried this with a very interesting cheese pairing – a sweet and tangy lemon curd Wendsleydale!! Wasn’t totally sure how this would work out, but I find the tangy lemon/cheese notes are complimenting a similar sweet yuzu-like citrus note already present in this full bodied sheng! After the first few steeps, which were much sweeter, softer, & floral this sheng is picking up more of a cracked black pepper note with both some astringency and bitterness. The crumbly but creamy cheese helps mitigate some of the astringency, while the sweetness offsets the bitterness – creating an overall tangy sweet citrus bomb flavour between the two with hints of spice. It’s honestly a much more pleasant #teasession than expected since this combo was admittedly a bit of a gamble!

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Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGzeOZuqB9k&ab_channel=MICKEYDARLING

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The name of the ‘drink me’ tea goes well with that cheese that looks like an Alice in Wonderland cake. :D

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