2013 Xi-Zhi Hao "Que Zhen" Spring Raw

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 oz / 60 ml

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  • “XiZiHao (XZH) is a high quality “boutique” brand of puer. I set out to taste their 2013 “Que Zhen” and “Xuan Xi” shengs in order to make a purchase decision. Nicely compressed whole leaves with...” Read full tasting note

From Hou De Asian Art & Fine Teas

*2013 Xi-Zhi Hao “Que Zhen” Spring Raw 400g
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The Xi-Zhi Hao brand specializes in premium puer productions. Mr.Chen, from Taiwan, is the tea master behind XZH. His passion for puer has resulted in the creation of the most highly acclaimed tea cakes on the market. He personally selects the best “mao cha” from various areas in Xishuangbanna and oversees its processing from start to finish. Using only the best raw material and small batch processing, he produces puer of the highest quality each year.

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XiZiHao (XZH) is a high quality “boutique” brand of puer. I set out to taste their 2013 “Que Zhen” and “Xuan Xi” shengs in order to make a purchase decision. Nicely compressed whole leaves with a few buds mixed in. Appealing aroma coming from the dry material which yields a clear and bright golden yellow tea soup. This gradually darkens as the air works on it. There is a honeylike tone and good body in the sip. An appealing sweet finish with a pleasant mouth-watering effect and a cooling aftertaste. Sweet and fruity top notes with a darker base. Good longevity – no signs of weakness after ten brews. This is a tasty quality tea which provides a pleasant experience. Worthy of a purchase but I opted to add the Xuan Xi to my collection instead of this Que Zhen.
Note: Both samples acquired from Houde http://houdeasianart.com/

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML
Haveteawilltravel

Where did you find? Taobao or…?

Haveteawilltravel

that was going to be my second guess :D

DigniTea

Thanks mopar – HouDe is correct. Source mentioned in my Steepster Puerh thread comment and listed in the Steepster tea listing but looks like I failed to mention in the tasting note itself.

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