This is my first experience with young sheng! How exciting!

The smell of the dry leaf was just incredible, honey and floral. After doing a short rinse, the smell of the leaf had changed, more noticeably smoky but still retaining that floral element. The first few infusions were light, grassy and very easy to drink with no bitterness. The later infusions were interesting, like wine or cider.

Overall, this tea was incredibly refreshing after a long day. After this really positive experience with young sheng, I can’t wait to try more.

Flavors: Floral, Grapes, Hay, Honey, Honeysuckle

200 °F / 93 °C 3 OZ / 100 ML

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I’m passionate about tea, good books, classical music, and botany. I brew my tea gongfu style. I drink a lot of puerh and oolong (usually darker ones, but I’m by no means opposed to a good li shan). If I had to pick a favorite catigory of tea, it’d probably be wuyi yancha. I’m always on the hunt for new teas and teaware, so send me your suggestions!


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