Anhua Heicha

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  • “The residual smoke in this tea is overwhelming for me. The mixture is a bit rough. While it’s quite unique, the smoke doesn’t steep out as quickly as you’d think. This probably needs a lot of...” Read full tasting note

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This Anhua Heicha is a light, but sharp tea, which is really nice for cold weather. It will get smoother and change with age, so feel free to store it after sampling. There is a residual smoke from the processing and a very unique fragrance on the leaves. This is our first time to include a tea from Hunan province – a bit of variety is the spice of life and all that.

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The residual smoke in this tea is overwhelming for me. The mixture is a bit rough. While it’s quite unique, the smoke doesn’t steep out as quickly as you’d think. This probably needs a lot of airing out and some time.

curlygc

I’m not even going to look at this tea until sometime in 2017.

bef

Tried this tea a few time this one and honestly I couldn’t drink it, the smoke was too strong for me.

Cwyn

Been thinking of trying it, as it has been airing for months now.

Rich

It literally smells like a cigarette butt. How should this be stored to keep the smoke away from fellow teas? In plastic?

Dr Jim

I have a separate storage bin for smokey puerh. One has its own baggie.

mrmopar

I would leave it out in the open. Mine has been sitting on the counter partially unwrapped since I got it. Maybe about May I will get into it.

Cwyn

Agreed this does not need to be stored with puerh. It needs to clear. I have mine in an aluminum vintage cookie canister with another brand that looks similar.

Brian

i still havent tried this. maybe this winter….

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