70’s Aged Liao Fu San Cha, Loose

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  • “7.1g/100 mL duanni/212. Brita filtered tap. in all fairness, my sample may just be dried out, but it tasted like wood chips and yee on’s basement. very little of the other notes hinted at in the...” Read full tasting note

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2024 Tasting Note: the earliest Liao Fu San Cha (loose tea) can be traced back to the 60’s. Made of large-leaf (da yeh) arbor tea trees from the region bordering northern Vietnam and China. Our batch was acquired in 2007 in Taiwan and has been stored in Huston since. It has a surprising roundness and copious amount of spicy herbs, warm honey, sweet fruit and earth aromas and flavors. Lots of juice! It is honestly a good approximation of the very aged pu-erhs, minus the depth, spicy “camphor-like” woodiness, and of course the $$$$$! Highly recommended!

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7.1g/100 mL duanni/212. Brita filtered tap.

in all fairness, my sample may just be dried out, but it tasted like wood chips and yee on’s basement. very little of the other notes hinted at in the description. I’ll reassess later when I remember, but atm would take any of the TWL old liu baos over this.

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