Well, it seems I have aged this tea a bit. Maybe a bit more than I should…

Prepared gong-fu, 3 grams, 85 ml water.

Vegetal, stonefruits, kind of sweet, peas, no or almost none astringency. Haven’t noticed the floral notes I wrote in previous notes.

Leaves after all the steeps I made (that should be around 8-9, as I have ran out of my thermos) are wonderful, some are bit bug bitten, but almost all of them are whole. If I had bigger gaiwan, they will expand fully.

Considering it was that exclusive, I am glad that it has aged pretty well, mellowed the taste and astringency is gone as well. It reminds me another tea I had (Mandalay Spring by Nous Tea but it is from Burma). Maybe the varietal is same or very similar? Keeping the 78 as it isn’t that great, even it is bit better than fresh.

Flavors: Peas, Stonefruit, Vegetal

195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec 3 g 3 OZ / 85 ML

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