1990s Wenshan Baozhong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Buffalo Grass, Camphor, Cherry, Chocolate, Dried Fruit, Drying, Medicinal, Mint, Osmanthus, Plum, Raspberry, Red Fruits, Red Wine, Spices, Straw, Vanilla
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Aged Taiwan oolong that’s been gently re-roasted to awaken it’s flavor & aroma – and what a delight it is! Arresting bouquet of fragrant plum wine & dried seaweed, aged wood, and dark chocolate. Tea flavor reminiscent of citrus peel & cloves. There’s a lot of tea here for the money, and after 20 years in storage, no funky aroma or sourness, just clean, warming goodness.

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Since I’m ranchsitting and I don’t have internet, phone-tapping over 4G waves it is. I had the vaccine but haven’t noticed an increase to 5G speeds ;) It’s a challenge to express myself with my thumbs. That means more disjointed notes than usual. I hate smart phones.

Mellow and clean aged tea with enough power to engage the senses. Aroma sticks in nose. The winey-redfruity and deeply sweet smells related to the leaf serve as nuances in the brewed tea; they are not the main attraction by any means. Tea thickens as it cools. Mineral after swallow. Warming and cooling camphor. Relax. Drying-creamy osmanthus aftertaste. Something about pungent rinsed leaf aroma reminds me of beer-brewing or wine-making but it’s not yeast. Definitely an aged oolong. If from 90s, I could’ve been anywhere from first to eleventh grade.

I’m hoping Leafhopper can add to this!

Tea Urchin provided this aging beauty with a cake order a few years ago.

Flavors: Buffalo Grass, Camphor, Cherry, Chocolate, Dried Fruit, Drying, Medicinal, Mint, Osmanthus, Plum, Raspberry, Red Fruits, Red Wine, Spices, Straw, Vanilla

gmathis

Have mercy, I’m old.

derk

What ever are you talking about? hehe
Old is a state of mind.

gmathis

Why do you think I hang out with 11-year-olds? (They are patient with me and explain all the cool stuff I know nothing about.)

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