Wuzhou — Guangxi Lliupao tea / 广西六堡茶
Wuzhou is a city of the Guangxi state, it’s nearby Guangdong
Province and it's also famous for production of
Liupao " Liu Bao" tea dating back to Qing Dynasty.
Noticeable "dui wei" flavor of the fermentation with heavy earthy notes. Medium dark red tea liqueur leaves sweet sensation in mouth right after the first cup. The fermented tea leafs can be steeped many times ( 20 ish ) and still give the sweet mouth feel.
Strong and heavy earthy notes will flow through your nose while brew first few infusions and and bitter sensation would be in present same time ,which would significantly fade away after 3-4th infusion and ruby red tea liquor starts to kick sugar in back of your tongue with woody scent in your nose.
Liu Bao tea stuffed into the big green grapefruit by owner's great mother in early 1960 as he claims. Well, we weren't around that time and wouldn't dare to call or selves vintage liu bao experts. However it is an old tea and we estimate 1990 ish.
No. 002 Liu Bao from famous tea company Three Cranes. Typical scent of old wet basement where the tea was stored for all those years, can be experienced out of your teapot or gaiwan. How does it taste? Well...you can tell us after buying a sample. All we can say is ,that after good 2 or 3 washing infusions, the "wet dust" notes are starting to fade away...
Liubao tea from famous tea company Three Cranes. Typical scent of old wet basement where the tea was stored for all those years, coming out of your teapot or gaiwan right after the first infusion. After few steeping the wet / dirt taste will diminish at the background. We have found the tea liquor rather bitter than sweet , but do not hesitate ask for...