Wet Leaf: That distinct “sour” sheng scent, wet hay, green beans, hint of smoke.

Early Steeps: Very light, light floral sweetness gives way to a faint sauteed greens flavor.

Middle Steeps: Bitterness kicks in, mild huigan sets in the tongue, flavor reminds me of 2nd/3rd steeping of a mao feng. Astringent.

Tail End: Wet leaves have a TCM herbal shop smell to them now, vegetal flavor is fading, being taken over by a faintly grassy bitterness that lingers on the tongue.

Verdict: a decent young sheng to introduce to new people. Simple flavors, minimal steeping evolution. A decent baseline, but not much more.

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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