2016 Spring "Lao Man E" Gu Shu Huang Pian

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  • “4g/50ml glazed shiboradashi 205F short steeps Sampling it almost a year later. it is so enjoyable. thick bittersweet with minimal astringency and quick huigan. good even with pushing. the qi...” Read full tasting note
  • “This 2016 Lao Man´e is sweet without any bitterness. Using a porcelain Gaiwan I enjoyed the tea so much I placed another order to make sure I don’t run out anytime soon. When the bag was opened...” Read full tasting note
  • “Ugh. I love this tea. Huang Pians are simple and sweet. You pay little for high quality material. When something is 6 dollars for 100 grams you expect nothing. This is utterly delicious. It smells...” Read full tasting note

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4g/50ml glazed shiboradashi 205F short steeps

Sampling it almost a year later. it is so enjoyable. thick bittersweet with minimal astringency and quick huigan. good even with pushing. the qi is quite noticable too. hope they offer it for sale this year as well. i go thru my 100g rather quickly…

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This 2016 Lao Man´e is sweet without any bitterness.
Using a porcelain Gaiwan I enjoyed the tea so much I placed another order to make sure I don’t run out anytime soon.

When the bag was opened the leaf delivered a savory smokey aroma and taste.

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Ugh. I love this tea. Huang Pians are simple and sweet. You pay little for high quality material. When something is 6 dollars for 100 grams you expect nothing. This is utterly delicious.

It smells like wild, foresty, savory herbs and beef jerky. Its not a savory tea like a lincang might be though. The taste is sort’ve like a lemon candy with no sourness whatsoever and a continuation of what I want to call floral/herbs but no florals or herbs I have ever tasted, lending a wild and unique quality to the tea. The texture is very, very gloopy. As if its sticking to your mouth, making webs like a chewy gummy candy would. The finish is all pure sugar and it remains in your nasal cavity with a bright sensation.

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