Name: GǔShù Rareness5, 国有林(GuóYǒuLín), 空山幽韵 Kōng Shān Yōu Yùn (a poetic name given to this tea)
Year: 2019, first spring plucking
Weight: 250 grams
Country of origin: China, Yunnan province
Bitter woody with sweet end, thick soup starts with the first brew, a strong flow of energy goes through the body, strong oily aftertaste, the mouth is captured by overhelming rich taste, very unique taste like baked pears or apples,this tasty baked sweetness goes for a the whole time, many brews that gives body very relaxing feeling, mind is focused and calm.
This tea comes from a state owned forest in Yiwu mountain that is called GuoYouLin. I heard some stories about this tea in the past but never tried it, until this spring, visiting Lious friend on his family gathering, an apartment fully packed with relatives, children, food and so on, sitting in the middle of this I hardly was able to imagine drinking tea but once this tea was made, it filled the room and captured my senses, I right away asked if he has more of this tea to top my order with further 2 kilos, when tasting this tea again at home with spring water I can’t get enough of it.
The tea leaves are from big forest tea trees also from cut ‘cultivated’ tea trees as you may see on photos. This ‘blend’ makes a very nice taste of the final tea.
Názov: GǔShù Rareness5, 国有林(GuóYǒuLín), 空山幽韵 Kōng Shān Yōu Yùn (poetic name given to this tea)
Rok: 2019, prvý jarný zber
Hmotnosť: 250 gramov
Krajina pôvodu: Čína, provincia Junnan
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