2017 Snoozefest

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Pu'erh Tea
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Bitter, Chestnut, Floral, Green, Sweet, Grass, Hay, Vegetal, Astringent, Pine, Spices
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 2 oz / 65 ml

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Snoozefest is a limited edition blend of tea (only 100 cakes) that we would normally sell for over $40 per cake, however, we are selling it for $15 for each 200 gram cake ($75 per 1kg tong). ‘Tis the season for hype, generosity and laughter.
No samples.
First come, first serve.
Drink now or age for the long haul.
All love.

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Pulled this out for another tasting today. Smells much less sharp fruit and floral and wet than last try, tastes up front kind of like a savory, chestnutty mao feng to start, but with more bitterness that turns into a very nice (vaguely sweet) and lingering floral fruit aftertaste.

Flavors: Bitter, Chestnut, Floral, Green, Sweet

205 °F / 96 °C 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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Snoozefest first opened up pretty strong to the grass and vegetal-like tasting notes, and showed signs of being very fresh. It later turned thicker as its tasting notes became complex with a certain degree of depth. Towards the end of the session, this tea tapered off very quickly and showed signs that it was still humid from pressing, and needs to rest.

You can read my full review here…


Flavors: Grass, Hay, Vegetal

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Drank this one while eating a horned melon – I’ll summarize everything in jot form though because I am SUPER tired right now/feel like I could fall asleep at any moment.

- Seven infusions; could have done more but was getting late at night
- Horned melon was a little bit bitter and had a strong green/underripe banana note
- The tea was also a little bit bitter and green, but had peachy/nectarine undertones
- They actually complimented well, because of the matching bitter/greener elements

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Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1BLo1sSMyA

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I couldn’t resist trying my new cake of 2017 Snoozefest. It was pressed relatively recently, so it may still need to sit a bit longer before its “ready” to drink. In my session with this tea I still found it very enjoyable. If anyone is still waiting to try their cake, I recommend trying it soon. I will be letting the rest of my cake sit for a few months. If the tea has changed substantially in that time I will post an update for anyone curious. The tea is sweet, with notes of pine and the spice notes I often associate with high quality white tea buds, Darjeeling, and some Nepalese teas.
Snoozefest is still young though, and has a strong astringency and mild bitterness that keep you coming back for more.
The Qi is both relaxing and stimulating.
I wish I had another cake of this tea to age long term, because this cake will be consumed fresh (I don’t have that kind of patience, the tea is already great!)

Flavors: Astringent, Floral, Green, Pine, Spices, Sweet

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 2 OZ / 70 ML

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