Backlog: It carried notes of sharp, rich, earth and wet bark that faded into sweet, wet soil, and moss. The aroma and taste of it reminded me so much of childhood and home. I cannot figure out why. I’m fairly certain that my family didn’t keep much liu bao in stock in our pantries… but, still… for some reason I cannot shake the feeling that an aged liu bao might have been the very first tea I ever had. Has anyone else experienced an overwhelming sense of nostalgia when drinking a certain tea?
I cannot wait to have a more serious session with this one!