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.
The 2012 LTC Da Hong Ying from Vin-Satori is a well-balanced tea with the right intensity. Combination of sweet and bitter that became fruitier towards the end.
The Shanlinxi Gaoshan Oolong from Teamania starts out floral and slowly gets fruity and sweet. The aftertaste just kept going and was like caramelised sugar.
The 2000 Laoshu Liubao from Characteas was an interesting and delicious Liu Bao that combines camphor and beetroot. Earthy and tasty combination!
The 2020 Baiye Dancong from Characteas is a floral and fruity dancong oolong with honey in the finish and in the sweet and long-lasting aftertaste.
The Ming Qian Huangshan Maofeng from Teasenz is a delicious first flush green tea from 2021. It offers citrus at the start and a sweetness in the finish.
The Handpicked Honyama Sencha from Teamania is a fantastic sencha. It felt like a breeze on a hot summer’s day with notes of umami and a sweet grassiness.
The 2014 Wang Bing Shen Tai is a really interesting tea that tastes younger than it actually is. It changed a lot during the session and felt like summer.
The Phoenix Hong Cha from Teamania starts out with highly aromatic flavours like a dan cong oolong and slowly transforms into a sweeter and malty tea.