1990's CNNP Guang Yun Gong Beeng Tea Cake

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Pu-erh Tea
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Earth
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Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 9 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “sampletea seems to be dead, website won’t even load. but this tea can be found elsewhere (although it may have different storage). This tea reminded me a lot of Hojo’s 2012 lao cha tou shu…same...” Read full tasting note
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sampletea seems to be dead, website won’t even load. but this tea can be found elsewhere (although it may have different storage).

This tea reminded me a lot of Hojo’s 2012 lao cha tou shu…same flavor, aroma, everything…except I prefered Hojo’s shu to this aged sheng, everything in Hojo’s tea seemed to be enhanced where this tea was lacking.

what I enjoyed most about this tea was the delicious vanilla aroma when I first put the dried leaves into the warmed teapot

rich and prominent dark ripe fruit, raisins, dates, very clean, no storage aromas/flavors, chi is lacking, no bitterness. the body is the same as regular water…nothing to note here. light aftertaste which was more of an astringent feeling, this tea was overall kind of average and uneventful. it wasn’t bad, just not exciting

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(short version of the longer review on my blog)
First i thought the leaves still need some time to open up etc.
I found this tea boring than… i hoped for more aroma… more than just dry earth … but from brew to brew, i got more familiar with this earthy flavor. There is 0% of anything that is not tasting well… but there is no good deal more of anything else… mhmm.
Wait, there is! There is a lot of Cha Qi things going on… heartbeat-rate, sweating, “opening up feeling between my eyes”, much much more awake…
… and it has a good mouthfeel.

Not really any sweetness, not really any bitterness… at the same time, not thin… as i mentioned before: like very dry earth.

All together, the (well tasting!) dry earth aroma, the strangeness of this tea, the Cha Qi, the mouthfeel… i did actually enjoyed the session, but i would not recommend this tea right away.

Flavors: Earth

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 9 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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