Anhua Shou Zhu Fu Zhuan 2016

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Flavors
Apple Skins, Cherry, Fruity, Herbs, Honey, Raspberry, Wood
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115 oz / 3400 ml

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  • “Another Greener Fu brick from Moychay. Some mold, but not as much as many of their other Fu’s. 1st impression: It is very much a green Hunan heicha. Fruity, a bit herbal, decent texture. This is...” Read full tasting note
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«Fu Zhuan» («Longevity Tea Brick») handmade (Shou Zhu) in Anhua (Hunan Province) in 2016. The microbe Eurotium Cristatum or Jin Hua (Golden Flowers), extremely healthy, participates in the creation of this tea. Its colonies look like yellow grains scattered on the surface of the tea. Golden Flowers live on the Longevity Mushrooms, Fu Lin (Poria cocos, Poria coconut), the name of which was included in the name of the tea.

500 g tea briquette of pressed tea leaves with stiff cuttings. The aroma is calm, woody. The liquor is transparent, with yellow pear shade.

The bouquet of the brewed tea is mature, woody, with notes of oak moss, autumn leaves and dried fruits. The aroma is deep and warm, woody. The taste is full-bodied and mild, buttery, sweetish, with light wood tartness and fruity sourness.

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Another Greener Fu brick from Moychay. Some mold, but not as much as many of their other Fu’s.

1st impression: It is very much a green Hunan heicha. Fruity, a bit herbal, decent texture. This is the first time I’ve really understood the “apple skin” note others have referenced. Where most of these bring a raspberry note, it really does come across more like apple in this one.

Drinking it down: More honey, herbal, and woody notes come out with further steeps. The apple skin note did eventually move toward raspberry ketone. Really easy drinking. No astringency of bitterness. Slightly mouth drying and lively texture.

I’ll be really interested to try Moychay’s puers. So far all of their heicha leans on the woody/fruity notes with a distinct bent toward a sore note. This doesn’t have that sour character, but otherwise feels very Moychay. I dig this one. I may pick up a larger amount of this to see how it ages.

Flavors: Apple Skins, Cherry, Fruity, Herbs, Honey, Raspberry, Wood

Preparation
7 tsp 115 OZ / 3400 ML

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