The 2011 4 Gold Coins Liu Bao from Lao Tea Shop is another great tea. It has everything I look for in a good Liu Bao: cream and camphor.
The 2017 Hou Qinqiang Fu Zhuan from Tea Joint is a sweet and spicy tea with a calming effect. It’s perfect to drink when it’s snowing outside.
The 2005 Three Cranes Special Grade Liu Bao from Lao Tea Shop is a lubricating tea with hints of walnuts, spices and damp wood. Perfect as a daily drinker.
The 2004 Zhong Cha Duoteli Yellow Box Liu Bao from Lao Tea Shop was such a smooth tea. It has flavours of a forest you never want to leave.
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 2007 Suiyuan Guangxi Liu Bao 0506 from Lao Tea Shop is all about body experience and sitting in front of a fire under a blanket. Really warming tea.
The 2005 Zhong Cha Duoteli Grade 3 Liu Bao is a tea that goes the distance and is there when you need it. Solid tea with a betel nut flavour profile.
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