A high-quality Shu Puerh from Nanjiang County, Yang Mian Village. It is lightly pressed, so much so that it almost falls apart in your hands. This has had a positive impact on the raw material - it did not get damaged. The tea consists of buds and small leaves. The dry leaf aroma includes notes of apple and mushroom with a bit of dried cranberries.
The taste is sweet, nutty and juicy. A slight dark chocolate astringency appears in the second steep. The aftertaste is butter with walnuts.
This Shu is perfect when steeped using Pin Cha, brewing it in a thermos or cup may not be a very good idea.
This Shu Puerh has a strong Cha Qi, it helps boost energy, it’s slightly meditative and provokes thought.
We definitely recommend trying Zi Shu Xiao Bing! A good, unusual Shu, a perfect addition to any tea collection.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||6g.|