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The 2012 Man Mai Gushu from Xin An Chu is a nicely balanced but subtle tea. It started out slowly and I got hints of grapefruit towards the end of the session.
The 2008 Ecological Puerh from Yee On Tea is a solid sheng puerh that won’t disappoint you. It starts out slowly but evolves into a nicely aged sheng puerh.
The 2013 Wuliang Shan from Terre de Ciel is another great sheng puerh. It started out subtle but changed into a strong tea with incense, citrus and violets.
The 2021 Tai Ping Hou Kui from Teasenz is a real treat. It offers a combination of sugary sweet and grassy flavours with a warming aftertaste.
The 2008 Bai Mudan from Teamania is an aged white tea from Zhenghe. It has a stony minerality in combination with hay. Overall, subtle but enjoyable tea.
The 2019 Da Xue Shan from Terre de Ciel is a super sweet and fruity wild sheng puerh. It has some minerality to it and there is a long-lasting aftertaste.