Dizzwave wrote:2006 Changtai Banna Tuocha
This tuo breaks up very nicely and easily. I used my bare hands to break off a single good-sized chunk.. 5-7g I'm guessing.
Dry leaves in prewarmed gaiwan smell rich and chocolatey. After rinsing 2x
I tasted fruit, unrecognizable and sweetness. Not chocolate though. Barely detectable camphor flavor at the end.
Dizzwave wrote:I'm looking for Bears' sweet onion, but not finding it. Or am I? Come to think of it... Anyway, it's still thick and rich. I'm really liking this one.
4: ~17s. Losing a little of the richness, as expected, but still pretty durned good. I'm getting an interesting aftertaste, perhaps the herb that B3 mentioned. A touch of pucker-mouth astringency,
Maybe the "clean" taste I am describing is astringency? I couldn't find the sweet onion either! LOL hmmmm.
I wish that this had been my first Pu Ehr.