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What would happen if you took a blend of high quality small batch shu material and aged Xinhui Mandarin orange peels, then roasted it all in fresh fragrant bamboo? A question that probably only white2tea would ask, but here goes nothing.

Our 2019 ZTMDKZ, which stands for “zhen ta ma de kua zhang” (which I’ll loosely translate as “truly fucking ridiculous”) is a blend made with a traditional technique of bamboo processing and aged chenpi. It is a very complex and medicinal heavy hitter. The soup is thick, the aromas are complicated and enduring, and the experience is wonderful. If you like unique teas, don’t miss this one.

Each purchase for a 200g piece.

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Gongfu from earlier today!

I don’t tend to love bamboo teas but I really love chenpi so I decided to take the risk and order this tea; I’m glad I did – I was blown away by how much I loved it this morning/early afternoon.

It’s rich, pretty smooth and very earthy/mushroom-y but still has a sweetness to it. Strangely, sometimes I feel as though I’m actually getting toasted marshmallow notes from the steeps, especially in the sweetness that lingers in the back of the throat after swallowing. The chenpi/orange notes are lovely too; consistent throughout the sip with forefront sweetness and a pleasant medicinal undertone. This feels very complex to me, and I can tell it’s going to be something I gravitate towards often…

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/B68d8zEAvj3/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eE8fcoUYLs


Neat! I don’t know that I have heard of bamboo tea, just pu packed into bamboo.

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