Meng Song Shou Puerh • Menghai, Yunnan 2019
We particularly love this tea for its strong, brisk, and enlivening energy. Teas from the old-growth trees in this area sustain a dark, ample brew with a nice balance of bittersweetness for many steepings. The tea has great patience for longer tea sessions. The wet-piling yields an earthiness that’s balanced by the mild anise aftertaste and pleasant hui gan. Menghai County teas are known for being bold and full-bodied with a mildly sweet aftertaste. Brew the first five to six steepings for very short periods (2-4 seconds). We especially like Shou puerh as a sidehandle bowl tea for sessions during the end of Winter before Spring arrives.
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