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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|Tea Material||Bush tea ( Tai Di Cha )|
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.
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 :)