Small leaves. Really sweet and fruity for a shu. It is a solid cup. Received as a free sample in a recent order. I was really afraid of my tea having :shelf fatigue" or being too dry being that it is shipped from Troy, Michigan. No dry storage issue flavors detected. Just really inky dark punchy shu.

Edit: I bought a full cake. Still fruity, some vanilla, dry wood background. Earthy notes you’d expect from shu. The red fruits really are the star of the show here. Really pronounced.

Flavors: Cherry, Cherry Wood, Raspberry, Vanilla, Wet Earth, Wet Rocks

Boiling 7 g 5 OZ / 140 ML

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Drinking tea for a while now. Really into Shu Puer, Fu Zhuan, Tian Jian, Aged Whites. Addicted to Puer, but absolutely can’t tell you why. I know this site is “dead” but it is a good way to keep track of my drinking


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