2010 Sheng Pure Series Nan Nuo Cake 357g

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Butter, Chocolate, White Chocolate
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It was a very weird experience to be frank – but I really enjoyed this tea. With some hints of rum and an overall sweet profile, it was enough to really make my evening.

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I managed to determine this was a sheng through some online sleuthing. I can’t remember where or when I bought it. The cake has an interesting arboreal smell and pried apart easily.

I rinsed with boiling water and let the leaves sit for 15 minutes, then steeped in the gaiwan at 5/5/7/7/10/10/20/30/40/60

The tea has a sort of peachy-gold color and smelled and tasted like that sort of fudgy, white chocolate, butter flavor that I often get from shengs.

The color darkened slightly after the first steep, but the flavor was consistent through all 10 steeps.

I loved the way the leaves looked after steeping — big, green, expansive. They expanded like oolong leaves.

I’m not sure why I seem to get the same flavors from sheng over and over again. I was kind of looking forward to something new and different? But it’s tasty, even though it isn’t delivering something new and different.

Flavors: Butter, Chocolate, White Chocolate


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