Space Cat Rougui 2018

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Tea – Yancha Wulong
Harvest – Spring 2018
Origin – Solar System

It took several months for this exceptional tea to be ready since we were able to source a limited amount of it in Spring 2018. We tested this tea multiple times and slowly adding roasting sessions and letting it rest until it could realize its full potential according to our standards.

The excellent zhengyan material combined with the processing and strong charcoal roasting achieves an almost silky mouth feeling while keeping a rich, multi-dimensional flavor and a bright yanyun. The processing enriches the character of the material with grace and balance. It is light and at the same time complex and delicious for many brews.

It is not so easy to come across this level of tea no matter where you might be and we are glad to have a chance to share it. Quantity is limited. Includes one glow in the dark sticker. Samples available.

Not really recommended for beginners because what makes this tea special might go unnoticed. Recommended to those who value and appreciate the beauty of tea without prejudice.
Take your time to experience every cup, smell the lid after pouring, save the first infusion to drink as last at room temperature. See you in space.

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Gongfu Sipdown (2311)!

This morning I drank this while reading through some of my grandma’s old Little Golden Books. As children, whenever we visited over pur summer break, we would grab stacks of them each night to read as bedtime stories. Before she passed, she had collected hundreds of them, and I had read each other them at least a half dozen times if not more. My favourites we probably read hundreds of times a piece. It’s a very special memory.

The tea was a beautiful accompaniment for this trip down memory lane. Smooth and roasty from the first steeps with dark notes of charred woods, barley, spices, and incense with a subtle, heady floral undertone. The body notes were sweet and jammy with distinct plum and blueberry. Though initially more of a back seat presence to the roast, spice, and mineral elements of the brew the deeper “purple tasting” stonefruit and berry notes really hit their crest around the third steep and became a much more distinct element of this session!

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What a sweet memory!


Don’t lose those Golden Books. Some are incredibly hard to find now! And if one of those was “Timothy Mouse Goes to Sea,” treasure it!

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