How do you know if a shou is ready to drink?

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Re: How do you know if a shou is ready to drink?

by jayinhk » Aug 4th, '17, 03:22

Teasenz wrote: It's quite personal though. I personally like shou that's young. With many of those aged shou cakes I feel the taste is a bit too smoothened out for me.
I suggest you try more shou aged under different conditions! The taste should still be good, the swallow is what gets smoother!

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