From the (Mostly) UTTB
The dry tea is really pretty. It’s little buds. I wanted to try it when I saw it through the packaging, before I flipped it over to see what it was.
I went looking for directions and only found suggestions here on steepster, nothing on the Yunnan Sourcing page. Since I’m trying to get through as many teas as possible today, I went with the more western approach, 180° for 2 minutes to start.
My first sip: sweet. Very sweet. Delicious. Amazing.
I am blown away.
I keep sipping. It’s still sweet. It reminds me of cream, the flavor not the feel. It’s like sweet cream. It’s a touch floral, but not really flowery at all. It’s really light.
I offered a taste of this to my husband and he said, “It doesn’t suck.” That’s how he says something is good. And then he actually said, “I like that one. It’s good. I’d drink it.”
It’s so good.
I was going to only do one steeping of each tea, but this one is getting another one.
I’m keeping some of this one so that I can try a true gongfu style with this tea.
And I’m adding it to my wish list. If I were buying tea, I think I’d order this one right away.