2013 "Bamboo Aroma" Tian Jian Hei Cha * 200 grams

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Bamboo, Dark Chocolate, Roasted, Smoke, Sweet, Thick, Camphor, Chocolate, Forest Floor, Herbs, Mineral, Wet Wood, Autumn Leaf Pile, Stonefruits, Wood, Bitter, Cookie, Grapes, Metallic, Musty, Oats, Raisins, Toasty
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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 30 sec 7 g 5 oz / 140 ml

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From Yunnan Sourcing

Tian Jian tea from Anhua County of Hunan packed in aromatic bamboo leaves and baked (low temperature) dry in the leaves. This process imparts a unique taste and aroma providing the Tian Jian aficionado with yet another reason to enjoy this wonderful tea.

The taste is thick and sweet, with smoke, carmelized sugar and roast oolong. An inexpensive tea well worth the price.

200 grams of tea per pack

2013 Harvest and Production

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I prepared this tea gong-fu today, but wasn’t doing tasting note while drinking.

4g/85 ml gaiwan, not preheated, rather long rinse, long steeps.

At first the bamboo were quite noticeable, adding quite a pleasant experience, not smoky! Bit woody, deciduous-tree forest. Yummy.

Then it goes through wet forest floor, thick, roasted, bit earthy notes. Honestly, I don’t remember too much, because I was doing lots of other things – mostly studying mathematics for Friday exam. I am not even close to I want to be, I am completely stuck in first two chapters and can’t go past them somehow. I feel bit “that stuff isn’t that necessary” but actually it is as well, of course!

There were some notes of stonefruits, but not in fruity way. Hopefully I will have chance to try this tea without any disturbance, because this tea is worth it.

Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Bamboo, Forest Floor, Roasted, Stonefruits, Thick, Wood

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 g 3 OZ / 85 ML
gmathis

(a word from your cheerleading section)
May the exam questions all be from the section you were stuck in! We’re pulling for you!

mrmopar

Indeed, I concur. I think you said Friday Martin. Knock them out!

Nattie

Wishing you luck for your exam tomorrow Martin!

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2013 “Bamboo Aroma” Tian Jian Hei Cha. Sold by yunnan sourcing.

Dry leaf: musty, sweet.
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Wet leaf: sweet, raisins, grapes, chocolate.
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Light steep; I smell/taste:
(Smell) light —→ chalky, cookies, chocolate.
(Taste) light —→ grapes, raisins, dark chocolate, metallic(iron).
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Medium steep; I smell/taste:
(Smell) light —→ chalky, toasty.
(Taste) slight metallic(iron).
light —→ oats, chocolate, raisins

Heavy steep; I smell/taste:
(Smell) slight chalky, chocolate(?).
(Taste) light bitterness.
Medium —→ grapes, raisins.

All in all. A yummy tea. UNIQUE! grapes, raisins. I never had that before. It’s yummy, however I’m not accustomed to the taste. So I rate a 95/100. I suggest you give it a try.

Flavors: Bitter, Chocolate, Cookie, Dark Chocolate, Grapes, Metallic, Musty, Oats, Raisins, Sweet, Toasty

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 12 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

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