2010 Da Dian Mang Fei Ancient Tree Sheng "5 Years Anniversary"

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Astringent, Citrus, Grass
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Boiling 5 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “OK, so I don’t really have much to say about this one, even though I’ve been sipping it all afternoon. That doesn’t mean it’s bad. I just that I’m not feeling particularly poetic today, and I can’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is an interesting tea, at least in my small base of experience. Just getting around to adding notes now, but it was one of the first I had, along with the nannuo bama. Crisp lemon-like...” Read full tasting note
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OK, so I don’t really have much to say about this one, even though I’ve been sipping it all afternoon. That doesn’t mean it’s bad. I just that I’m not feeling particularly poetic today, and I can’t think of much to say.
It has a pleasant tanginess & a kind of fresh taste, which I like. And it’s very ‘clean’ tasting, no musty shroomness or anything.
The leaf is beautiful, and hydrates up very quickly, with a fresh light green color.
It’s not overly sweet, although it smells like it should be sweetish, but that sweetness never did materialize.
The flavor profile stayed the same throughout: Green apricot, creme of wheat cereal, and fresh hay
Also not really a huge dose of chaqi on this one, just a very mild buzz. Very mild.
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OK, so I’ve popped back in and edited this 3 times, LOL
One more comment, which is the taste of olive leaf in the later steepings, and some bitterness that is satisfying, but not over the top.

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This is an interesting tea, at least in my small base of experience. Just getting around to adding notes now, but it was one of the first I had, along with the nannuo bama. Crisp lemon-like flavors, a bit grassy, rather astringent. The huigan is slow to start, but when it does it’s very pleasant and strong. Qi is gentle, calming, not too intense. The leaves don’t endure as long as some — by the end of mug 2 it was beginning to falter, and I didn’t chase it further in any of my sessions.
5g, cheap chao zhou gaiwan from jing tea shop, boiling water as usual.

Flavors: Astringent, Citrus, Grass

Preparation
Boiling 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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