This – to me – was more green tea than pu-erh in taste. Something about it echoed the “unfinished” aspect of its name, kinda like it needed pu-erh-like composting to bring out its full potential. Other than that, what it did impart was a wine-y foretaste, an earthy middle, and a green tea-ish vegetal finish. Not quite as good as Norbu’s Nan Nuo mao cha but still decent.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/03/19/review-norbu-tea-pasha-zhong-zhai-mao-cha-2010-fall/

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