GǔShù HuáZhú Liángzi 2016

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Floral, Grapefruit, Green, Nectar, Peppercorn, Smooth, Sweet, Vegetal
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “Imagine standing in the middle of a rainforest surrounded by endless sensory input you can hear, see and scent. Above your head fine countless drums of rain playing his mystical sound on top of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was an interesting tea. I am always intrigued by this company’s tea, so I decided to pick this one up for fun. The leaves are heavily compressed and a dark shiny green. They give off a strong...” Read full tasting note
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Name: GǔShù HuáZhú Liángzi
Year: 2016 first spring plucking
Weight: 250 grams
Country of origin: Yunnan, China

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Intense sweetness, pure, spicy, fruity, smooth bitterness, herbal notes, bitter fruit, rooty at the end.

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Imagine standing in the middle of a rainforest surrounded by endless sensory input you can hear, see and scent. Above your head fine countless drums of rain playing his mystical sound on top of this forest canopy. A fine misty layer covers this moist fertile ground winding like endless snakes between your feet and as far as you can see, as the mountains rise up in the sky. In the meantime a fresh intense bouquet of leaves, grass and other impressions enlighten your senses. This inner pictures was my first impression while I was sipping on those golden yellow cups. This last Sheng sample by Puerh.sk stimulated my mind to send it on a very tasteful journey in every possible way. This Gushu Huazhu Liangzi was light but also complex at the same time. A place where peach skin met apricots and went on a walk together with some nashi pears and a fine nutty layer of almond and pine nuts

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This was an interesting tea.

I am always intrigued by this company’s tea, so I decided to pick this one up for fun. The leaves are heavily compressed and a dark shiny green. They give off a strong aroma of prickly pear fruit, thick grass, aloe, radish, and some light floral tones. It was a welcoming aroma. I warmed up my pot and tossed some in. The scent opens into a familiar apricot, dry wood, and floral scent; however, I noted some palo verde and fig preserve in the background. I washed the leaves and went on to brewing. The taste is sweet and grassy; a thick arugula flavor greets me. Then, I can catch more dandelion and some light smoke. An intense cooling sensation flows across my tongue. The menthol feeling created a tingling sensation on my tongue and roof of my mouth. After a few steeps, I noticed some peppery kuwei and some astringency. The tea has a good character and a mild bite with soothing vegetal tones. The vegetal tastes develop into grapefruit, bright and soft fruits, and some perfume. They were a melody of interesting flavor. There is no huigan except for a similar buttery and light sugar tone present in the mouth. The brew continues in the same manner with kuwei of bitter greens and peppercorn. The qi consists of a nice head buzz with blurry eyes. A nice fruity tang persists in the throat. Then, all of a sudden, a surprise attack from the gushu. I entered complete space out mode with eye popping action. This is some beautiful stuff. The brew lasts quite a long time due to compression, and it was very good considering price. I liked it.

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Flavors: Bitter, Floral, Grapefruit, Green, Nectar, Peppercorn, Smooth, Sweet, Vegetal

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
puerhsk

It was a interesting review indeed. Thank you for it. When visiting this mountain and its people I realized how well cared is this place (in terms of ecological feeling) and also the people’s reverence of the ancestor heritage (the tea trees).

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