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Decayed Wood, Earth, Honey, Toasty
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195 °F / 90 °C

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From Camellia Sinensis

This Shou Pu Er produced by the Haiwan factory, Yunnan, is composed of leaves of medium size compressed into a disc of 357 grams. Upon wetting, it exhales fragrances evoking toasted cereal and forest floor. The infusion reveals a dense, creamy liquid, almost black, and an especially comforting character. Its sweet taste is accompanied by aromas of malt, barley sugar and exotic woods to a soft and subtly fruity finish. Very generous re-infusions.

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I drink a lot of Shou before bed because I find that they’re incredibly relaxing to me/help me fall asleep really easily. The downside of this is that, if they’re the last thing I’m drinking immediately before falling asleep, I’m not taking notes at all and then, because I fall asleep right away/they make me sort of drowsy, I forget everything about what they tasted like. Which is, of course, the case for what happened with this one.

Shou Pu’erh though – better than chamomile.

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Smooth and slightly sweet. This is a very earthy cup, with a little toasty quality to it. It’s like drinking dirt-y honey nut Cheerios. I drank this down too quick to make any careful notes :P I really loved spending time with this one! I still have some steeps to go too.


95C/~5g/gongfu style:
Rinse x2/Rest/5/10/15/15/20/25/30/35/40/45/50/1min/1:30/2:00…… still going!

Flavors: Decayed Wood, Earth, Honey, Toasty

195 °F / 90 °C

i’m in your tasting notes…reading your thoughts ;)





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