This Tian Jian really took me down memory lane! While all fine tea is really an experience, it’s really special when they hit you as this tea hit me. You’ll notice in the description that I call the flavor ‘antique farmhouse’. What is that!? Well, drinking this tea transported me to an antique farmhouse that I used to visit as a child. The wood stove flavor came out in the later infusions but the whole image was very vivid and pleasant. The flavor of this tea is indeed woody (the antique farmhouse was aged bare wood single plank walls – you could see the outside through the cracks in the walls!), with hints of a sheng Pu’er-like bite, but much more gentle with some sweet roundness making every sip a smooth delight. I’d be very interested in hearing how this tea affected you, please leave a review and let me know!
$8.00 – $119.00
Humid Leaf: fresh cut hardwood with a light hint of mushroom
Wet Leaf: dry stable and old wood planks
Liquor Colour: orange/gold
Liquor Aroma: wood with light fish and some smokiness
Flavour: an antique farm house with wood stove
Mouth Feel: crisp and refreshing
Bottom Cup: very faint wet sand
Pingkou, Anhua, Hunan Province.
5g/90ml at 100°C for 20 secs, 2nd & 3rd infusion for 30s. 7-10 infusions
Sealed well in a cool, dry, dark location.
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