2015 china wooden tea hous (zhong cha) fu zhuan
2 15 sec rinse
dry leaf is slightly hay with some bready
yeasty notes and some subtle sweetness
wet leaf is of hay caramelized sugar
some fruity notes maybe like cherry
tea soup is golden brown with the slightest hint of red

firt infusion 45 sec: yeasty and doughy with slight hints
of greenness and hay earthiness and just an aftertaste of floral notes
woddiness slight green roughness

second infusion 30 sec: woody notes upfront with some
yeasty bready notes slightly savory in taste with just a hint
of sweetness earthiness s a back note

third infusion 1:00 mix of hay and wood
also very slightly earthy and minerality at the back of the throat
licking a wet stone with some yeast

fourth infusion 1:30 the greenness really comes through
in the front note the hay and wood notes are off to the side
saltiness in the back of the throat as well as some sweetness

fifth infusion 2:00 color started to lighten here
hay is predominant as well as some minerality
and some sweetness. there is only the slightest hint of
earthiness and the greeness seems to have faded

sixth 2:30 woodiness up front as well as some stony notes
mushroom soup. savory green ness is still there but only lightly
hay only showed up for a moment

seventh 3:00 sweetnesss mostly hay notes are there
very savory this one. some fruitiness by this steep
cherry and cherry sweetness

would i recommend this tea?: yes it would be good for aging

Flavors: Fruity, Hay, Honey, Mushrooms, Yeasty

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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