2019 Jinggu Yang Ta Camellia Taliensis White Tea Cake

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White Tea
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Cucumber, Herbaceous, Malt
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  • “Incredibly, meh. Better than a lipton tea bag. Not a lot interesting in this herbal leaning white tea/tisane. Really dries my mouth out and gave me a headache. I’ll use this as an excuse to see how...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Got this as a freebie when I made a YS order recently 1g tea / 15g water, 85ªC Really nice. Not as sweet as other white teas I’ve had, but earthy aromas and no astringency at all. Taste isn’t super...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Really good, especially for 20$ per 250g cake! Beautiful big leaves which show pretty heavy oxidation. Rich honey and melon aromas, thick mouthfeel and thirst-quenching overall impression. Very...” Read full tasting note
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From Yunnan Sourcing

This is a lovely white tea made from spring 2019 Camellia Taliensis tea leaves harvested in Yang Ta village in Jinggu county of Simao.

First flush of spring tea leaves for picked and then allowed to dry in the shade naturally curing over several days. The tea was then stored in loose leaf form until May 2020 when it was pressed into cakes!

A lovely sweet and thick white tea that has honey and fruit character, and is easy-going and very enjoyable to drink!

250 Grams per cake

2019 Spring Harvested Tea, Pressed May 20th 2020

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Incredibly, meh. Better than a lipton tea bag. Not a lot interesting in this herbal leaning white tea/tisane. Really dries my mouth out and gave me a headache. I’ll use this as an excuse to see how ye sheng ages. Throwing it in the back of my tea storage to be forgotten for a while.

Flavors: Cucumber, Herbaceous, Malt

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Agreed. I started breaking apart and now I wish I would’ve let it sit a while. Just put it back in the paper and wrapped that in plastic wrap. ugh. Have you ever used the app MyTea Pal? It’s a great way to store your teas and join a tea community. They have a group on FB which I am part of and it’s very active, only I don’t use FB anymore so the app is where I live. You can track all of your teas, tasting, it even takes it out of your inventory if you weigh them as you drink. It can randomly select your teas to brew if you can’t make up your mind and soooooo much more.

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Got this as a freebie when I made a YS order recently

1g tea / 15g water, 85ªC

Really nice. Not as sweet as other white teas I’ve had, but earthy aromas and no astringency at all. Taste isn’t super strong but very pleasant to drink. I’ve soon others are brewing it at much higher temps, so I’ll probably give that a try.

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Really good, especially for 20$ per 250g cake! Beautiful big leaves which show pretty heavy oxidation. Rich honey and melon aromas, thick mouthfeel and thirst-quenching overall impression. Very easy drinking. No astringency, but long aftertaste. Keeps on infusing.

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