There are a lot of counterfeit Zhong Cha brand Shengs on the tea market, so these days it can be a bit difficult to find a real Zhong Cha. But luckily we managed to find one! The year 2007 was an important one for the Sheng Industry, that was when certification became mandatory (the blue letter S on the packaging) and tea makers began using new techniques to manufacture Sheng Puerhs, they adopted a more rigorous approach to raw material selection.
The dry leaf aroma is like a bag of dried blueberries. When steeped the leaf aroma acquires menthol and apple notes. The taste includes notes of dried apples, berries with a hint of smokiness. The taste is vibrant and smooth like silk. Notes of menthol and melissa sometimes sneak into the taste.
The Cha Qi is strong just like it should be for an aged Sheng. Helps to relax and enter a state of immersiveness.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|