2013 Nahan Spring Raw

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C

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2013 Nahan Spring Raw 357g
Nahan is located just above the famous village of Xigui in Bangdong county, Lincang prefecture. Nahan is to Xi Gui what Lao Man E is to Lao Ban Zhang, with stronger bitterness, complemented by honey sweetness. It is 100% gushu, full bodied, punchy and long lasting. Fantastic tea.

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From the Sheng and Shou TTB #2

I’m feeling guilty. I realized that until this week it had been 3 months since I posted comments. I’ve been mostly just drinking and have been concerned about how accurate my reviews of puerh have been since I’m relatively new to the type.

This tea is a good example. It didn’t hit me at first: a bit of off flavor in the first steep. After that, every steep just seemed to get better, through about the 5th steep. I’m now at the 8th steep, and there is still a lot of flavor. Mostly wood flavors, but fairly complex. A hint of bitterness and acid around the 3rd steep, but has since mellowed out. I wound up liking it a lot.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C
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I enjoy this one as well.

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