2016 Chawangpu Nannuo Shan Gushu

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Sweet
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Boiling 10 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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We’ve unexpectedly got a good chance to purchase pure ancient tree tea from Nannuo mountain this year.

Ancient tea gardens in Bama village growing several kilomtres out from the village with a very good ecological environment. Hand-made processing, sun-dried, stone compressed December 2016.
Rich, full body, sweet aftertaste, stable for many strong infusions.

Manufacturer : Cha Wang Shop
Production date: Harvest early April 2015., pressed December 2016
Harvest Area : Bama village, Nannuo mountain, Menghai, Xishuanbanna

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486 tasting notes

Tasty tea, floral and a bit of fruity notes. Didn’t take great notes on this one or anything, but it didn’t stand out to me particularly. Good body without a ton of bitterness. Smaller material than some of the other Chawang shengs I’ve tried from this year maybe.

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295 tasting notes

Brewing this up tonight. I remember sampling a bit when it first came in to see where to store it.
I pulled 10 grams out to brew with. Cake is looser now that it has had time to settle a bit. I tossed the leaf in a warmed brewer and it gave an almost sweet alfalfa note. I rinsed it and got brewing.
First infusion quick steep, comes across sweet and aromatic. Light on the palate as it is still opening up. Let it sit about 30 minutes after this.
Second infusion, a bit more punch to it . Some astringency, maybe a hint of tart and metallic. Let it cool slightly and the sweetness comes back. An almost mint note to it.
Third infusion, still quick steeps. A little more bite/bitter in there. Sweetness still on the last note on the tongue. Gets thicker and has the lingering in the throat a bit. Seems to be good material. Not sure about pricing since it has climbed since I purchased it.

Flavors: Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 10 g 5 OZ / 150 ML
tanluwils

I haven’t had any of CWS’s 2016 line and am wondering what I missed out on… I hear the Hekai and manmai gushu are very good.

mrmopar

I have the Hekai but untried as of yet.

Alexander

woul dlike to hear your opinion on the 2016 Hekai – I really liked the 2015 Hekai

mrmopar

@Alexander, I may have to delve sometime this week.

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279 tasting notes

Yum, another great tea! I forgot to take notes, but it was very good. Nice big leaves, nice color. Not much bite.

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