2015 Hui Run

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This is the kind of review that I write once every two months or so and I really don’t like them.
I always try to add positive notes about a tea I have drank along with the crowd that would enjoy it. Unfortunately, sometimes there are products that don’t get recommended such as fish at McDonalds.

This cake can be broken with the pressed of one finger and I’m not exaggerated. I can send a video to demonstrate if you’d like, though that isn’t an issue for me because I’m after taste and feel from a tea.
I pulled out four cups to try different timing with this tea at 100c which is what I always use for ripe. Every single cup to the 8th steep (where I stopped) had a grainy texture to the taste with a little musk. The fermentation flavor is here for sure, but has a lot of friends that I do not like. This mouth feel after is a medium dryness which I can’t get over. It’s about the same as drinking 16ounces of roasted green tea, but all of that into 2 ounces of liquid.

Honestly, the 2015 Green Miracle is a cake everyone should buy because it is absolutely amazing for being such a young little guy but this Hui Run isn’t something I can imagine drinking a year from now… though it will be next year when I open it back up to try again.

If anyone has any previous year to swap I would love to see if this is the same qualities of the other ones and maybe realize some people enjoy these tasting notes.


How did you brew it? How much leaf to water?

Liquid Proust

What I brewed it in would not change the taste enough to make it unnoticeable. I used 6 grams to about 4 ounces of water.


Thanks. Just wondered if maybe you were using too much leaf, but I guess you are not.

Liquid Proust

I can send you some to confirm :)


LP sit on this a year and let it age like the Green Miracle, which I have you to blame for ordering, and I think it will change. This was fermented this year (2015) so it will have the brash edge to it. 6 months down the road and it will have settled some. After a year a bigger change.

Liquid Proust

You mean thank me? The Green Miracle is amazing regardless of its age. It’s strong with a nice texture that resembles cream. The taste is also solid! This Hui Run though… there is no way age will make the ‘dirt’ texture vanish. You would just have to steep it to see what I mean, it’s like dust was splashed in all 8 steeps.


I have to give an answer for the thank/blame around here I have to justify any new stuff so I just thanked/blamed you LOL! :P
I do think a year will see a change though. Young shou can be VERY unpleasant. I rarely drink any shou under 2 years old because of this. Just air it out a while. And thanks/blame for the notes on the Green Miracle. I do look forward to that one. :P

Liquid Proust

Have you not tried the Green Miracle yet?


Mrmopar – do yunnan sourcing not air off the shu like Menghai?


Haven’t tried that one yet LP. Soon enough though. tea123 I think they do some but some I think they don’t. I know Menghai holds their stuff at least 6 months. I think some of the YS ones are held, as the Green Miracle, others maybe not.

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