Premium AA Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong of Wu Yi Fujian Black tea Spring 2015

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  • “bready, smooth tasty tea. heh. A non smoky version of ZSXZ. I haven’t tried this version from Yunnan sourcing, so happy to see it in my box from my tea sister. Enjoyed this one while finishing...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #50 Three teas today that were the last servings in the teabox that I removed. For two teaspoons of leaves, this brewed up quite light. Though...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Here’s Hoping TTB (round 5) For such a tiny, twisted , black leaf this produces one strong cup of tea. While the flavor is intact with this tea, it is surprisingly a thin liquid. The malty/choco...” Read full tasting note

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bready, smooth tasty tea. heh. A non smoky version of ZSXZ. I haven’t tried this version from Yunnan sourcing, so happy to see it in my box from my tea sister. Enjoyed this one while finishing up the last of the household crap in MUCH nicer, sunny yet cool weather. Here’s hoping fall is here to stay and that the humidity is over!

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VariaTEA

Yes, this weather is definitely nicer than the disgusting humidity/heat of the summer.

Evol Ving Ness

Hear, hear!

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #50
Three teas today that were the last servings in the teabox that I removed. For two teaspoons of leaves, this brewed up quite light. Though there was a chewy breadiness to it. I didn’t think to classify it like the Fujian it is (not really caramel to me). I also thought it would be smokier but it isn’t at all. This one is a bit of mystery. Happy to have tried it, but I’d rather have something in stock that actually seems like a Fujian tea to me.

Ubacat

Some are smoked and some not. This one isn’t. There was a discussion on that under this thread.
http://steepster.com/discuss/11551-do-you-have-any-questions-about-chinese-tea?page=2

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Here’s Hoping TTB (round 5)

For such a tiny, twisted , black leaf this produces one strong cup of tea. While the flavor is intact with this tea, it is surprisingly a thin liquid. The malty/choco notes run across the taste buds with a vanishing mouth feel. While the flavor is quite nice, I want some sort of mouth feel and/or aftertaste to accompany the brewed liquid’s flavor. This would be a nice morning cup though to be drank along with breakfast food as it would not leave a taste in the mouth which would change the taste of the food.

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