Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the tuo 100g.
this hard pressed sheng tuo fills room with intensive smokey scent within the first infusion. Clean yellow tea soup is rich and full in mouth with sweet sensations under tongue followed buy gentle huigan. Typical characteristics for young sheng tuo cha from this company.
Smooth tea liqueur with light pleasant body warming sensation after few infusions and touch of fine smokiness ( not harsh as Xia Guan ) in the bottom of the cup , followed by slow graduating "Hui Gan" experience at the back of your throat, leaving sweet mouth sensation behind. Very nice winter tea.
Gentle hazelnut scent with touch of wood would be probably the main characteristics of this well made tuo cha. Rich golden tea liquor is smooth but has also stimulating and warming ability with sweet sensation in mouth. Typical characteristics of Xiaguan tuocha, like smokiness and touch of orchids are well balanced. This sheng pu-erh tuo cha is packed...
Medium pressed tuo cha releases woody scent with touch of roasted nuts. Slight bitter and gently sweet tea soup offers slow huigan. Spring tea leafs from Jingmai mountain pressed in autumn, wrapped in Menghai ( as it's on the wrapper ) stored there for few years, but without any wet storage notes. Please note: this is not typical " fruity "Jingmai pu-erh...
Tea bushes growing on Wu Liang mountain elevated around 2000m.alt. Fresh tea leafs processed and pressed into the 100g sheng pu-erh tuo cha by Nan Jian tea factory. Slight smokey flavor of tea soup from hard pressed tea leafs is golden color and gives you a sweet mouthfeel with touch of orchid. Mild but still noticable "hui gan" will emerge along with...
"You will be eating smoked sausage" as mouth sensation appears like with the first infusion from this hard pressed tuo cha. Meaty flavor will fade away with 2nd steep and persistent typical smoky flavor is accompanied by gentle sweetness. Noticeably bitter but not astringent tea liquor will gain on sweetness if you play around with brewing time.
Hard pressed tuo from 2012 which is made only for export to Taiwan. The fruity scent will fill your room if you brew it in gaiwan. Intensive Smoky notes are present of course but dominating "cha qi" will really heat you up. Comfortable sweet mouth feel along with gentle "hui gan". Very good drinker for the cold days!
Wet but clean stored vintage sheng pu-erh as expected releases dark gold tea soup. Apart of the regular bitter notes there is a some sweet base at the background showing up after wet-wood texture at the beginning. This could be a good option for those who like old teas but not afraid of wet storage.
Pleasant taste of selected top grade tea material and pressed tuo from Xiaguan company well balanced with light smokey notes and sweet mouth feel after. Very good daily drinker for reasonable price or decent candidate for storage if u manage to resist and not drink it for few years. Small pieces of "ma ti" might suggest that small arbors are also involved.