The younger of a couple Nannuo samples, as I try to get a feel for the region. The compression here is pretty tight, and it took a few steeps to open up. Once it did, I got the distinct feeling I had overleafed; I willy-nilly let an 8g chunk ride in a pot I normally brew with 6g. Not particularly sweet or fruity or floral; bitterness is very present but not unpleasant. Thick soup, robust and mouth coating with gentle huigan and just a touch of cooling on the return (no camphor flavors noted, however). I don’t feel I’m a very good judge of qi today.
A solid Sheng-with-a-capital-S profile that just kept steeping — I lost count. Not particularly striking in any one aspect, but a lovely session and a tea I’d happily drink again.
Flavors: Bitter, Juicy, Menthol, Smooth, Thick, Tobacco