high mountain gong mei

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  • “Can’t find this on their website but had to make a note because this is a wonderful tea. While I generally tend to not drink white teas, I’m starting to take more of an appreciation for them. This...” Read full tasting note
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Can’t find this on their website but had to make a note because this is a wonderful tea. While I generally tend to not drink white teas, I’m starting to take more of an appreciation for them. This one has all the usual qualities in the aroma. Lots of barnyard notes. Strong notes of hay and summer out in the field. The flavor is a bit more subtle versus a Shou Mei. But not in a bad sense. It’s just not in your face; more like a gentle caress of the cheek. It is refreshing with woodsy and slight milky notes in the finish. No astringency. I am on my third steeping now and finding that the milky notes become more pronounced the further you dive in. Also slight sawdust The one other noticeable difference, from other white teas, right off the bat is the coloring of the leaves. Quite a bit browner with dark olive greens. I do love how long and beautiful the leaves are.

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