No. 325 Tiger Rock Wu Lu

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Green Tea
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Floral, Green Beans, Nutty, Broth, Peas, Smooth, Sweet, Umami
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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Organic green tea with a vibrant character and a creamy texture
nutty, sweet, snap peas

Zhejiang, China

No. Infusions 2
Amount (tsp. / ml) 4g (1 tsp) / 250ml
Temperature 70°C

“As the old Chinese saying goes, ""yun wu chu ha cha"" – ""where there is cloud & mist, there is bound to be good tea."" Zhejiang province is a lush mountainous terrain blanketed with a mystical mist in the early mornings of harvest; this gives our Tiger Rock Wu Lu its famous smooth and fragrant character. "

nutty, sweet, snap peas
Pure green tea
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It must be spring. Why? I craved green tea. I looked to my green tea box and I found only a few small pouches. And I was craving receiving new teas. Because it makes me happy somehow. Tea mail! It has arrived yesterday and even I took a bit of Yuzu Midori (yes, I know, I shall share some with you derk, as I know you love yuzu, and I will).

Anyway I was more attentive today to this tea, which is actually tea I already had so I know how I should prepare this tea nd how it is suppossed to taste like. But I have a plenty to enjoy… 50 grams – 1 heaped teaspoon I have used today.

It is very similar to the December experience — sweet, quite full of umami this time, sugar peas, smooth and a little broth like. Brews acid green, but it made me smile today as after-work tea. It has got nice caffeine boost as I have been sleepy before and I am not anymore.

I can’t wait to try gongfu it as well.

Flavors: Broth, Peas, Smooth, Sweet, Umami

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

Sounds good! Is this from 2022? I always crave fresh spring green tea, even though I then sometimes let it sit in my tea museum for years.


Fresh greens are the best :) And that Yuzu Midori sounds awesome.

Martin Bednář

Sadly they did not say from which harvest it is. But based on best before date (and usual 2 years shelf life), it seems it is actually fresh one! I will add a sample to your box Leafhopper, so you could try it as well.

derk I agree, though it has been ages since a I had tea fresh as this one. I am still sipping down the samples from White Antlers. But it|s fine. I was a little disappointed about Yuzu Midori, but it may be only wrong steeping parameters.


Glad to hear the green tea is probably from this year, and thanks for offering to send a sample!

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Adventaggedon Day 16: Tea 6/8

Another revisit from a tea featured earlier in the advent! I brewed this up honestly probably a bit too strong but I mostly just wanted to get it out of the way for the day. While this brought out a decent amount of bitterness it also pulled out a really strong green bean note that I found surprisingly enjoyable. So pros and cons to that decision, for sure.

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