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 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 2014 Wang Bing Zi Juan Purple sheng puerh from Vin-Satori was really fruity in the early infusions with an impressive aftertaste.
The 2011 LTC Yong De Da Ye from Vin-Satori is a tea that goes the distance. It’s like taking a walk through a dense forest in late autumn.
The 1990 Hong Kong Sheng from Vin-Satori is the best aged sheng puerh I have ever tasted. Intense camphor with a creamy finish in some infusions.
The 2014 Fengqing Ancient Trees from Vin-Satori was fruity and sweet and felt like summer is already here. Sweet and exotic fruits with a touch of leather.
The 2007 Lan Ting Chun Yo Ji Cha from Vin-Satori is another winner! An organic sheng puerh with notes of honey, prunes, apricots and a spiciness towards the end.