2011 Hai Lang Hao "After the Rain" Raw Pu-erh

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  • “Spring all day long! Bouquet: This fine buddy develops a very nice thick mouthwatering vegetable sphere with a mix of kohlrabi (turnip cabbage) & eggplant in a slightly grilled or baked version...” Read full tasting note
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This Autumn HLH production is appropriately called “雨后初晴” or “After the Rain, Clear Skies”. In the area of Yi Wu and southern Yunnan in general the summer season brings the southeast asian monsoon rains. It rains heavily from June to early or mid September. The best Autumn teas come the period not long after the last of the monsoon rains have subsided giving way to lovely blue skies and drier conditions.

This tea cake is composed of late Autumn tea leaves and is a blend of ancient arbor material from two different villages north of Yi Wu town. The emphasis is on strong taste and cha qi. The tea has both bitter and astringent qualities which bodes well for it’s long term prospects

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Spring all day long!

Bouquet: This fine buddy develops a very nice thick mouthwatering vegetable sphere with a mix of kohlrabi (turnip cabbage) & eggplant in a slightly grilled or baked version plus a fine layer of cranberry smoked ham finished with a elegant placed peppery note and fine herbal field flowers to it.

Liquor: The actual texture of this sligh

tly golden Sheng is quite silky soft with a strong beeswax scent within the emptied cups. The tasting profile is very well balanced and with such a full and thick composition. It feels like a fresh blooming Spring meadow while fresh cut and dried hay is spread around this field. Within the actual taste you can definitely taste fresh juicy kohlrabi cut in slices to be eaten as a refreshment under an old oak tree. There is something woodsy to it but just a hint of it followed by another major note of Korean pear (nashi pear). Some people might think about too young Sheng’s as being too fresh and for those I think this fellow is the best choice because it still got those Spring freshness inside his composition but the whole symphony matured a bit because it already past a couple of Spring seasons and picked the best parts out of those years on its way. The Aftertaste is a sensation of its own! Even after the last sip is done and a cooling feeling sets in suddenly out of nowhere your inner mouth section starts watering like if all those juicy aspects are coming together again. Within the aftertaste the Korean pear part especially of its skin is crucial for the major concept of its unfolding followed by a slightly nutty undertone of walnut and a sweet syrup like echo of raspberry and cheery blossom.

Definitely enjoyed this buddy a lot. It presents itself in a very nice composition between fresh Spring notes and already some slightly aged Autumn parts. Very juicy and complex profile!

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