Mang Zhi 2011 Autumn sheng

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 oz / 147 ml

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Hand picked from ancient tea trees in Mang Zhi’s Imperial Tea Garden and Red Soil Hill, hand processed into maocha by Master Yang, stone pressed in Yiwu, and wrapped in paper hand made by the Dai tribe. Only 84 cakes produced.

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Pu’erh TTB 2015 Tea #15

I’ve had less than a handful of TeaUrchin teas which has been different than my experience with everyone else. This is one of the few sheng that I can say has no notes of bitterness which makes me a happy camper right now. Also, this one is high in caffeine. I drink a lot of tea throughout the day but once I began drinking this today I had a spike of energy. This is a rather nice tea with just a pure taste and no bitterness. No smoke or wood, just great. I wish it had a little ‘wild’ to it though.

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3262 tasting notes

I’ve been enjoying this tea all afternoon, even into the evening.
The first couple of steeps were a sweet meadow. There was a slightly soapy taste mid-tongue, but otherwise it was very nice, & in the following steeps it was gone.
Throughout all steeping, the taste was of olive leaf, with a shiny clean sensation, & a satisfying tanginess, gradually getting a little sweeter with each cup.
The taste didn’t really change otherwise, but it was good, so that didn’t really matter.
No major tea buzz, but a pleasant tea to spend my afternoon with.
Thanks Stephanie for sharing a sample with me! :)

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Another excellent Sheng from Eugene and Belle at Tea Urchin. I have to agree with Stephanie and DP’s review on tea Urchin. The soup is a very nice golden color. The first few steepings produced a very nice vegetal taste with just a hint of kuwei and astringency, and I do mean a hint. Later steepings transitioned to a much sweeter taste with a nice honey undertone. To keep the tea as strong as I like it I did have to increase my steeping times on the later steeps. Over all, an excellent Sheng that is well worth the money. Well done Tea Urchin!

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 OZ / 147 ML

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1113 tasting notes

Another one from the group TeaUrchin order.

I have been drinking the same leaves all day, but didn’t have time at work to take detailed notes on each steep. The steeps did get progressively sweeter and more honey-like. There is some slight tongue tingle, but not much. A little tiny bit of woodiness, with some crisp vegetal flavors. When I did a long steep I got a pleasant, light sort of bitterness. I’m excited to explore this one further :)


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