GǔShù Rareness (KōnggǔYōuLán)

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Floral, Heavy, Nutty, Spicy, Sweet
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8 g 3 oz / 80 ml

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Name: GǔShù Rareness (KōnggǔYōuLán)
Year: 2016 first spring plucking
Weight: 250 grams
Country of origin: Yunnan, China


Oily, your tounge gets oily (as if a concentrated tea essence) instantly, sweetish on the tounge, honey like feeling, soft and sweet again, strong aftertaste, full body, when pushed a bit a balanced bitterness with sweetish tones come up, thick and dense soup.

This tea comes from Yiwu Wangong forest and has a very similar story as the Rareness3. Made by Yao people, the tea trees picked for the second year. A giant tea trees hidden far away.

Why these teas are expensive, what is the difference in them (meaning the price)?
All 3 teas come from a primeval forest and are indeed rare.
1. The walking distance to each of them is different, the picking is tougher, in these case even dangerous. These tea trees are tall, not pruned for many years, really hard to climb.
2. The demand, the more people ask for a specific the price go up. One of the most famous tea gardens of Yiwu Wangong (Bohe tang) maocha price is about 10000 RMB (1400euro) for a kilogram. This tea is very often forged so that its price went up. The offered Rareness teas are not famous still so that their price is still relatively accessible.

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Floral, cooling with a heavy spicyness and strong Qi.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2016-gushu-rareness-1-kongguyoulan-prsk

Flavors: Floral, Heavy, Nutty, Spicy, Sweet

8 g 3 OZ / 80 ML

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