XiaoShu HuaZhu ’15

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Boiling 3 g 2 oz / 50 ml

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  • “First experience with this tea: After the rinse the leaves smell very sweet: wood, forest floor, something like dried plums, a little flower and nectar. No smoke, no leather. no camphor. I think...” Read full tasting note
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These notes are taken on 5. March 2021. Nicely round, sweet and slightly mineral, nice hints of smoke, humid forest, with second brew its true, strong character, deeper thicker taste comes up, buttery notes with nutty tail, energy hits the head, tropical forest in the cup, tasty aftertaste, all clean elegant taste notes, very interesting sweet cake like notes come up and are realeased, overall genuine purity makes it a very good ecological tea

I have visited Huazhu in 2016 and left the village with a very good feeling of a ecological tea mountain. The people care for their tea trees. The tribe left their home about 300 years ago, they moved from one of 6 ancient tea mountains to find a new home. This was the time they established their oldest tea garden hidden in the forest. The tea trees are well set inside the forest growing in harmonious eco system, around 2200 metres above the sea level.

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First experience with this tea:
After the rinse the leaves smell very sweet: wood, forest floor, something like dried plums, a little flower and nectar. No smoke, no leather. no camphor. I think “nice”.
After that I get dried yellow fruits, hay, mushrooms. The first 2 infusions are light and clean, with a delicate woody/fruity sweetness and a gentle slightly bitter huigan. Medium body.
Third brew is thicker, with a low toned nectar sweetness and slightly drying.
Fourth feels thinner and more astringent.
Fifht gains some spicyness and bitterness.

I think this tea doesn’t feel six years old, or maybe it’s been stored in very dry conditions. Anyway I find it very indecise, and lacking personality. There’s not much here that satisfies me for how this tea is at the moment. As for the body feeling, I don’t get any noticeable effect.

Sixth infusion has a dead leaf aroma and a slightly savory/spicy soup with medium body and astringency, and a medicinal/roots huigan.
Seventh shows more mushroom/soil and chamomille tea.

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mushroom/dead leaves. Thin soup.
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Sweet ginseng from the wet leaves, the soup has a round and semi-pleasant root bitterness.
10
Light sugarcane sweetness.

Preparation
Boiling 3 g 2 OZ / 50 ML

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