Name: Pang San Zhou ’22
Year: 2022 spring
Weight: loose, maocha
I tasted this tea along with mindSWITCH ’22 maocha. Pang San Zhou is nicely balanced, sweetish, nutty, slightly bitter, at this stage going to more like Lung Ting green tea sweetness with tasty aftertaste. Compared to mindSWITCH you can feel flowery notes, a slight grass notes. Still its pretty potent, long going tasty tea.
There is one photo where with soaked leaves, in two bowls, comparing leaves of these two maochas.
These tea leaves comes from a tiny valley with two very steep slopes, at the bottom there is flowing a mountain stream and at one upper part of the slopes are clutching old tea trees, the slope is so steep that is hard to climb. In the shade of the mountain with other trees growing these tea leaves make buds. Downhill are two old baracks like buildings, not much inhabited these days telling that there was a thriving tea factory producing tea for chinese market in the past. In the behind hills are left wild hidding tea trees but as I happened to know those are a state reserve forest and tea leaves can’t be plucked/harvested there.
A review in german on this link (for english press a button to translate on the upper right part of the page)
Názov: Pang San Zhou ’22
Rok: 2022, jar
Hmotnosť balenia: sypaný, maočha
Podrobnosti: (v angličtine)