Mixture of spring and autumn harvest of young arbor tea tree leafs from Yiwu make this cake for reasonable price despite of the soaring costs of tea production from this area. Deep fermentation is revealed by very first infusion when nutty and dark chocolate notes pop out from your hot gaiwan and will remain in your mouth for good solid 6-8 steeping. After that is getting even more interesting.
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|Origin||Yi Wu Zhen Shan|
|Tea Material||Arbor tree ( Qiao Mu )|
|Season||Mix - Spring / Autumn|
When the dark tea soup starts to brighten up and change to crystal red , with the diminishing woody texture the sweetness coming out and feels like drinking a very good Liu Bao but without the wet notes.
Nutty shu gives many brews
This shu is well balanced. The most significant is nutty and creamy taste.
It is very enjoyable shu. Pleasant taste keeps in mouth for a long time and there is no sour aftertaste.
Pu-erh is stable. Quick stepping brings more sweet and light infusions. Slower stepping bring solid and heating soup. In both cases: the pu-erh gives many infusions.
Excellent complex balance
This is for me a unique experience! The taste is complex in the way: that has a thick and velvety-creamy base character and beside this has the earthy-beetroot bringing aroma. Both distinct characters are in balance and support each other. This comes out in the smell as well. The complexity gives these "aroma colors" in a changing way through the steepings. The enjoyable taste and aromas of the tea comes mellow and round and harmonious. The quality arbor material shows by the effect as well: a very warming and healing tonic effect.
Stands for more than 10 stable steepings, at the end of session recommend to boil out the last aromas as well!
Well recommended Shu for grounding harmony and balance in us!