drank Spring 2019 Ao Ne Me by Farmerleaf
613 tasting notes

This Ai Lao sheng sold by Farmerleaf is decent, albeit not spectacular. It has a green, burly leaves, a fairly well-balanced character, and a smooth mouthfeel.

The aroma is herbaceous and sweet with cooling forest notes, wet earth, walnut, hot hay, bone broth, celery and seaweed scents. Taste, on the other hand, is buttery, nutty, bitter and fragrant, followed by a very floral aftertaste. The aftertaste is kind of funny in a way. It feels like it should be sweet with its high floral fragrance and a sort of honey like character, but in fact it is more bitter than sweet.

Flavors: Bitter, Broth, Butter, Celery, Floral, Forest Floor, Honey, Nutty, Seaweed, Smooth, Walnut, Wet Earth

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 4 OZ / 110 ML

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I have been a fan of green tea for a while and only recently (in 2017) started exploring other kinds of tea in greater depth. I rarely drink blends and generally avoid artificially scented teas. Other than that I try to keep it varied.

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