The 1998 Bao Yan Jin Cha Xiaguan from Tee Kontor Kiel is a sheng puerh with exceptionally clean storage. Notes of camphor and spices with a sweet finish.
The 5501 Nanyang Story Zhong Cha Liu Bao is quite young, but it has great potential. Creamy flavours of camphor and mossy forest floor with a certain freshness.
The 1999 4 Gold Coins Liu Bao is full of creamy camphor and really goes the distance. This is definitely my favourite Liu Bao right now.
ANMO’s Wuyi Yancha Tieluohan is a creamy and sweet Zhengyan Cha. At some point, it was almost like eating strawberry ice cream.
Moychay’s 2015 Liubao Shu Cha is an excellent daily Liu Bao tea. The early infusions were syrupy, creamy and sweet. Herbal notes were present in all steeps.
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.
The Anji Bai Cha from Teasenz is a fantastic green tea. It offers a creamy nuttiness and some citrus notes that work really well together.