2016 Chocobrick White Tea

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Honey, Sweet, Wet Wood
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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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The 2016 ChocoBar White Tea is a 100g brick, with a shape that is easily breakable for convenient brewing.
The brick is made of a blend of Yunnan large leaf varietal white tea that was sun dried. It can be aged or brewed immediately. The soup is soft and thick, with floral aromas and a creamy mouth feel.

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I made it gongfu style, but I didn’t break the squares or did one full square. I treated it like I would with any cake. I find it a very good tea with some stevia sweetness, some wood notes and a linen texture at the first steps. Throughout steps 4 to 7 it started to feel it more honey like and the wood taste got more subtle.

Flavors: Honey, Sweet, Wet Wood

185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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100 gram brick and 9 squares are huge portion sizes for white tea! This brick is also hard to break due to the big leaf and tight pressing. Excercise caution!

I got 13 infusions, and likely more if I stove boiled it to finish. I got notes of linen, aloe, tulips, wood, honey, and a bit medicinal in the end. It is not as sweet as other white teas. I plan to let this brick age, otherwise right now it is pretty daily drinker like.

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How has no one reviewed this yet?

Mad a big western mug using 1/2 ta square – it was pretty good, I should have taken some better notes though. I remember it had a nice, thick mouthfeel and sweet hay and cream notes. The undertone was a little apricot-y. Very tasty!

I think the 1/2 square was the perfect amount for a Western sized cup too; lots of flavour but didn’t feel excessive either. I look forward to Gong Fu brewing this one, as well.


Because everyone got the pu ones instead! ;P

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I mean – makes sense with all you Pu heads. You can’t love both though? ;)


Haha I do like some of these white teas as well. I just picked the pu one in the Black Friday promo where you got a free one for $100+ orders.

Of course, I haven’t posted a review (or even broken into) mine yet lol.

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