2010 Wenzhou Liu Bao A+++ Grade

Tea type
Dark/heicha Tea
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Flavors
Camphor, Cardboard, Decayed Wood, Dirt, Forest Floor, Roots
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  • “First Liu Bao, and the third heicha I’ve tried (Hunan Fu Zhuan, Shou). Pretty similar to shous I’ve had, although I prefer many shous to this specific example. Not really bad, just very basic. The...” Read full tasting note
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This tea offers a diverse and rich mix of flavors, including distinctive woody and herbal notes, creating a complex and enjoyable tasting experience.

It is smooth and mellow, ensuring each sip is a delightfully soothing experience.

The sweetness of the tea is particularly notable in the aftertaste, which lingers long in the mouth, leaving a pleasant and lasting impression.

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First Liu Bao, and the third heicha I’ve tried (Hunan Fu Zhuan, Shou). Pretty similar to shous I’ve had, although I prefer many shous to this specific example. Not really bad, just very basic. The main distinguishing factor is root/root vegetable notes.

No sweetness, bitterness, astringency. Mouthfeel is similar to shou – medium thickness. Smooth, easy drinking.

Dry leaf: Camphor, cardboard
Wet leaf: Radish, parsnip
Flavors: Roots, wet forest floor, dirt, decay

Flavors: Camphor, Cardboard, Decayed Wood, Dirt, Forest Floor, Roots

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