2008 Ye Sheng Raw Liubao Tea 100g

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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 oz / 80 ml

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  • “Gongfu from last weekend… Really nice tea – I drank it in bed, and snacked on Niagara grapes in between the steeps. It was sort of that type of Gongfu session where you’re just deeply in the moment...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Ok people. my Liu Bao affair continues. I have Liu Bao almost every night. I really like this one. it is non smoky. it tastes clean even though its young in Liu bao age. the color is lovely...” Read full tasting note

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This tea come from mountains near Guilin where is one of traditional places of production Guangxi Liubao tea. Tea trees there growing in the forest naturaly. The quality and energy in this tea can not compare with big factories production! Made by Yao minority in traditional way. This old style liubao is only naturaly fermented like raw puer tea. Not smoked as many traditional liubao teas are.
Mellow, smooth and full tea soup, with very comfortable se-aged taste. Easy for drink now but this is also grat tea for long storage.
This tea was in loose form and then was pressed into 30kg bamboo baskets.
For large quantity and discount please contact us directly by email.

The original pack is 30kg in bamboo basket. We offer 100g sample

Production date : 2008 late spring

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Gongfu from last weekend…

Really nice tea – I drank it in bed, and snacked on Niagara grapes in between the steeps. It was sort of that type of Gongfu session where you’re just deeply in the moment and not very aware of exactly what you’re tasting, more just how that tea makes you feel. That feeling, for me, was cozy and safe and maybe even a little nostalgic? I did make an instagram post for this tea but even there I didn’t capture a lot of the flavours the day I was drinking this tea – in fact here’s the general three statements I used to sum this one up:

- Smooth
- Deep earthy body
- Smoke and ash notes

I’d add in a bit of leather, thinking back on it as well.

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493 tasting notes

Ok people. my Liu Bao affair continues. I have Liu Bao almost every night.

I really like this one. it is non smoky. it tastes clean even though its young in Liu bao age. the color is lovely orange. it is sweet and spicy. nothing overpowering or off putting. very safe introduction to Liu bao i think. it is pretty complex and qi is noticeable.
Very nice night drink
i brew it as i would do sheng
5g/80ml yixing 212F
rinse/ very short steeps increasing to my liking

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Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 80 ML
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Is this the one with the powerful earthy humid taste?

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