2013 Yunnan Sourcing "Feng Chun"

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A new recipe for 2013! We used first flush wild and ancient arbor material from 4 different tea mountains in Simao to craft this lovely tea cake. “Feng Chun” basically means “Meeting Spring” which is appropriate because the overall character of this tea is a fresh, lively, floral and smooth!
The tea brews up a highly aromatic experience. Mouth-feel is lively and hui gan is fast and protracted. Cha Qi is quite obvious but manages not over-power the drink (like Bu Lang teas). Plenty of future aging potential in this potent blend of premium pu-erh teas!

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Another blend from YS. I liked this one quite a lot. It’s quite easy to drink young, but still feels like it has the potential to age. Kind of that cereal sweetness, with some astringency but not too much. It’s thick, with a medium high kick factor, and has got a little huigan. Going to pick up a cake of this for sure.

mrmopar

Got one of these aging away. I bought it from the description. I will have to break it out soon.

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