Moychay’s Yongde Ye Sheng Hong Cha is one of the sweetest teas I have ever drunk. An intense sweetness that tastes like candy and exotic summer fruits.
Terre de Ciel’s ‘La Petite Favorite’ is a hong cha from old trees in the Jingmai area. It has a malty flavour profile and is a good in-between tea.
After one year, the 2019 Green Hype has changed quite a bit. It starts out sweet with a citrus touch and changes into a more bitter brew towards the end.
Mei Leaf’s Little Tong Mu is a Lapsang Souchong from Tong Mu village. My final session with this tea was fruity, floral and even a bit sweet.
ANMO’s 2005 Master Loo Tea Brick is shou puerh with a woodsy flavour profile. It went from visiting a sawmill to walking through a camphor forest.
The 2019 Autumn Tie Guan Yin from Essence of Tea was a delicious experience. It went from a refreshing breeze in spring to a hot day in summer.
Mei Leaf’s White Peony Open Pluck is a delicious treat in the morning sun. A refreshing sweetness that transports you to a green and blooming meadow.
The Tea Guru’s 2018 Winter Duck Shit Aroma Dan Cong is a really light tea. If you pay attention, you’re rewarded with a soft fruitiness and subtle honey.
Tea Joint’s Jin Jun Mei Golden Eyebrows has a malty flavour profile. There were also some sour berries in the early infusions, but these quickly faded.
ANMO’s 2016 Fuding White is a fruity and sweet mini teacake. Fruity notes in combination with a candy sweetness that go on long into the aftertaste.
Tea Joint’s Bai Jian white tea is a good entry-level silver needle. It consists of big hairy buds and has a sweet and fruity flavour profile.
Terre de Ciel’s 2016 Menghai Parfum de Jujube ripe is such a good shu puerh. It offers sweet flavours that are full of dried fruits.
Tea Joint’s Taiwanese GABA Grape Oolong has flavours that like to play hide and seek. Roasted cherries and fresh appels take turns in showing themselves.
ANMO’s Wuyi Yancha Tieluohan is a creamy and sweet Zhengyan Cha. At some point, it was almost like eating strawberry ice cream.