40 year old tea garden in jingmai mountain
Aloha tea people,
I’m gonna present you another What-Cha tea review.
I dedicate this review to my (blue/white–Gaiwan) that broke after the session. Rest in pepperonis my old friend.
Lets check out the cake.
It’s time to undress this beauty ! 🙂
Before we get to the review take a look at the dry leafs in the gaiwan.
Gaiwan (180 ml)
After the rinse i started with the usual 5 second steeping, which was pretty light, but already showed the teas nuances: sweet, lightly fruity without the hints of any bitterness.
After the second infusion the nuances began to become realiTEA. The longer i steeped the tea the sweeter and fruitier it became. Even though i pushed the tea really hard (up to 3 minutes) it never became bitter.
The leafs really expanded there.
Check out the vibrant color of the soup.
As usual take a look at the leafs after the session.
Another one without the cup.
I like young raw pu’er teas that are not astringent and not going to upset your stomach. I would rate it as a beginners pu’er. Since the tea is very young lets see what the future will bring.(If i can resist drinking it in its current stage, I’m gonna re-review it in 5 years)
Have a cuppa