2015 Spring Yi Shan White Tea and Camellia Flower Cake

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Flowers, White Tea Leaves
Flavors
Flowers, Herbaceous, Smooth, Spices, Sweet
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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From Yunnan Sourcing US

Moonlight White tea (Yue Guang Bai) from Jinggu Yang Ta village mixed with Camellia flowers from old tea trees growing in Lao Zhai Village! The granary sweetness and thick soupy character of the white tea blends perfectly with the honey sweet spicy of the camellia flowers!

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Just needed to drink something I knew I would like this afternoon.

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It’s rare that I drink flower infusions, but this one really intrigued me, so I purchased from the Chinese site (not the US one despite title here).

Firstly, the cake itself is beautiful; I’d be happy to have this on display..but drinking is even better.
Steeped aroma is of milk chocolate, dried strawberries and musty earth (the mustiness is not unpleasant nor a fault).

Very rich on the palate, coating all parts of the mouth with honeyed sweetness, chamomile. Long finish.

quite delicious

I make this in a gaiwan. It requires a bit of coaxing to get a thick liquor on the first steep.

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