I bought this cake a while ago but I haven’t taste it since till now.

The cake smells like grapes liquour. It has a dark brown colour and it’s not too pressed (I broke it with my hands)

The first brew was at 90-95ºC, 45sec — it has a really weak flavour, amber colour, really weak sweet flavour, mid body, mellow, smooth and not too sweet.

The second brew with lower temp (80ºC aprox and 1min) has the same flavour but maybe a little more sweet.

I don’t know if I have burned the leaves with more than 90ºC for the first brew or that bai mu dan is like this when ages…

I’m not going to buy it again. This 65 rating it’s due to the lack of ugly flavours, but in my opinion it’s too weak in flavour.

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 45 sec 3 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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I love every kind of tea, but my ABC are:

-Black: for a good shot in the morning, I love assam ctc and strong english breakfast (both with milk).

-Green: for spring and summer are the best in my opinion, I love Long jing and an ji bai pian.

-Oolong: For those days when you need something not to strong and not to weak. Nothing like Darjeeling and Nilgiri oolongs.

-Pu erh: For autum and winter. I love shou pu, I love it to be mellow, medium bodied or with chocolate notes.

I also have this blog where I upload some reviews of what I drink: http://finetealeaves.com/



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