2018 Jin Hua Shu Zhuan

Shu Puerh

Shu puerh pressed brick was exposed to the environment with controlled temperature and humidity in order to achieve Golden Flowers " Jin Hua ".The taste description in very simple way would be like : Hei Cha without astringency or excessive sour notes and shu puerh without earthy or fishy notes. In fact, resembles a taste of old hei cha but without any wet notes or shu of very clean fermentation

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Taste review11.01.2024
TypeShu Puerh
Brick Tea500g
PackagingBamboo leaf
OriginMeng Hai
Tea MaterialBush tea ( Tai Di Cha )
Year2018
SeasonMix - Spring / Autumn
StorageKunming

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The density / amount of the golden flowers is not as big as in the Hei Cha ( we also offer ) , but the grade and quality of the tea leaf it self is higher. That's why we don't offer less than 50g per order , because in smaller amount is even smaller chance to get any jin hua.

Please note that review from 12/03/2022 refers to the 2020 batch of 1kg brick we offered before. This, 2018 batch comes in 500g bricks and it is from the same producer made same technique and has very similar taste spectrum with the mentioned 1kg brick.

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12/03/2022

Sweet, clean, fu-like shu

This "puerh", if it is allowed to be called it ;), is very sweet in taste and aroma. From the golden flowers but the shu itself is sweet too. Very easy drinking. No foul odors or taste.
It is also just a very interesting tea. I have only seen jinhua infused shu puerh a small handful of times in the western-tea-sphere. If you like anhua hei cha, or fu cha, and you like shu puerh, then this is quite a steal because it satisfies these niches in one cup. My only wish is that there were more golden flowers. I only received a 50g sample, so there are probably more in the center of the brick :)

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    2018 Jin Hua Shu Zhuan

    2018 Jin Hua Shu Zhuan

    Shu puerh pressed brick was exposed to the environment with controlled temperature and humidity in order to achieve Golden Flowers " Jin Hua ".The taste description in very simple way would be like : Hei Cha without astringency or excessive sour notes and shu puerh without earthy or fishy notes. In fact, resembles a taste of old hei cha but without any wet notes or shu of very clean fermentation

    brewing

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