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- Chinesisch: wǔ yí shān jīn jùn méi
- Übersetzung: Wuyishan JinJunMei
- Typ: Schwarzer Tee
- Sorte: Lapsang souchong
- Herkunft: Tongmuguan, Wuyishan, Fujian
- Erntedatum: 22.03.2022
- Aufbewahrungsmethoden: Versiegelt, Feuchtigkeit verhindern, Vakuum, Allein
- Teemeister: Gong Cheng
Probe 10g, 50 g, 100g, 200g
All that one could expect from a JinJunMei. Has only a tiny bit of sweetness, but still very likable.
I prepared it in my new Gaiwans to test them.
Jin Jun Mei's from Tong Mu are always a warranty of taste and aroma.
The tea came in a paper bag sealed like a Zip-Lock bag with a transparent side to see the type of tea. The picking is very neat, no loose branches or tea dust.
Strong roasted chocolate / toffee caramel aromatics.
Medium brown color liquor for a Hong Cha!.
Chocolaty / sweet potato / caramel taste, easy drinking delicious tea, definitely my favorite Hong Cha, strong delicious aromatics.
You can get at least 9 good infusions with Gong Fu Cha technique, I recommend preparing it with 3 grams per 100 ml at 90C, starting with 10 seconds infusion and then adding 5 extra seconds per new infusion until you reach 50 seconds.
A tea worth re-purchasing.
I got this as a sample put in with an order three times, and each time it’s been a wondeful jin jun mei a wonderful clear taste. Notes of sweet potato, chocolate, and oak bark are all present. The dry leaf presents a fresh, vanilla-like aroma that captivates upon opening.
incredible, awesome! I fell in love with this tea
very rich and mild taste.