Tea Encounter’s 2013 Fangmingyuan Nannuo started out with dominant tobacco flavours and changed into a really sweet brew with a bite in the finish.
Tea Encounter’s 2015 Nannuo Duo Yi Zhai is an interesting and fun tea to drink. It is a journey into the unknown that offers a subtle sweetness and tobacco.
Pu-erh.sk’s GuShu HeKai ’16 is a wonderful sheng puer that takes you on an adventure. Flavours go from sweet to herbaceous and back to a fruity sweetness.
Tea Encounter’s 2019 Bang Dong is one of the most fun sheng puers I have ever tried. Discovering the different flavours was a true adventure.
Tea Encounter’s 2013 Chen Xi Hao Gao Shan Zhai is the perfect everyday sheng puer. It’s nothing extraordinary but just subtle flavours of golden raisins.
Tea Encounter’s Bai Yin Shan Yesheng is both refreshing and warming. It has complex flavours that go from fresh and green to a warming and subtle sweetness.
Tea Encounter’s Zheng Si Long 2015 Wa Long is a subtle tea that offers a complex sweetness and an intense Qi that will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
The 2003 Yuanjiutang Ban Zhang from Tea Encounter is a perfect example of an aged sheng Puer. It offers a cotton candy sweetness that lingers for a while.
The 2019 Green Hype was featured in white2tea’s tea club for June 2019. It’s a sheng Puerh tea with plenty of aged maocha. Is it the perfect daily sheng?
A GuShu NaKa from 2016 is a Sheng Puerh tea that combines bitter and sweet. The sweetness goes back and forth between the different steeps.
Tasting session of the white2tea club May tea! A Sheng Puer cake that will improve through ageing. The Thing Still Is ______!