“I did not get any sweetness or fruit either. If I did I’d buy a cake for sure as I like the other things going on in this cha. I get lots of smoke, pepper, cumin and perhaps a bit of ancho. In...” Read full tasting note
“Read around 130 minutes…all business statistics… This tea was tonight’s session with college and I should have read about it. I got TONS of smoky taste with a slight dryness in the taste. Did not...” Read full tasting note
“Sheng are still an unacquired taste to my palate. I would say this one is not too strong and a good introduction to appreciating them. Smooth notes of hay and bamboo shoots, there is a bit more...” Read full tasting note
2005 Hai Lang Hao “Nan Nuo Shan Gu Shu” Raw 357g
Another limited availability single estate Nan Nuo production from Hai Lang Hao. Spring 2005 material from old tea trees growing in Ban Po Lao Zhai in the Nan Nuo mountains in Menghai county of Xishuangbanna. Dry stored in Shanghai since 2005 this has aged wonderfully and is a pleasure to drink! This semi-aged Nan Nuo tea when brewed is golden-orange color and very clear. The aroma is floral and sweet, the flavor of the tea is somewhat spicy and sweet, the after-taste is cooling and mouth-watering. Cha qi is subtle and builds with multiple infusions to a calming but heightened sense of awareness. An excellent example of a semi-aged Nan Nuo tea.
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