Mi Lan Xiang Old Bushes 2017 from Wuyi origin.
I brewed in a Gong Fu 160 ml, 7 gr. of tea. After rinse, 20 sec first, adding 5 seconds each brew untill one minute, then 15 sec. next four steeps and then 30 seconds last three infusions. In total finfteen infusions.
Wet leaves has an spectacular floral and milk aroma. leaves with medim oxidation (~30%) and low-medium roast.
Liquor of ambar color, bright with a soft fruit/floral aroma.
First-Fourth steep: In mouth A little bitter, frutal with an outstanding guava, mango and passion fruit aftertaste. very very long aftertaste.
Fifth-Ten steep: Till fifth infuson the bitter was soften and emerges floral tones with a soft honey sweetness. Aftertaste has a strong and delicious tropical fruit with touches of honey.
Lasts infusions shows roundness, strong honey notes and a delicious sweet aftertaste.
Unusual tea. Different with a large spectrum of flavors, scatching perfection. Excellent relationship price quality.
When a I drank it reminds me a flowery garden wirh a lot of colors like yellow, orange, red, light green with a deep blue sky…
Flavors: Guava, Honey, Mango, Orchids, Passion Fruit