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