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Darjeeling Puttabong SFTGFOP1 First Flush 2023

Darjeeling Tumsong SFTGFOP1 First Flush DJ-1 2023 80g (édition limitée)Ce Darjeeling Puttabong First Flush SFTGFOP1 est issu de la première récolte de printemps (first flush) et constitué d'une sélection des meilleures feuilles.  Bouquet bien équilibré, délicat, rafraichissant, avec des notes d'herbe, de muscat et une finale fruitée. Très belle longueur...

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Ruby Gapu Taiwan Pu Erh 50g



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Ruby Gapu Taiwan Pu Erh  50g

Sélection Mountain Stream (Matt Hopkins), Taiwan

Fresh fruity aroma, gorgeous rich plum taste, leaving behind a spicy and viscous long aftertaste, smooth and not bitter.

Elevation: 400m

Status: Agrochemical Free Grown

Cultivar: TRES #18, Ruby 18

Season: Spring 2021

Method: Hand picked, processed on site, medium batch

Oxidization: GABA Oolong/Sheng Puer Hybrid Processing

Region: Mingjian, Nantou, Taiwan

These beautifully sun-dried Ruby 18 cultivar leaves have been processed in a hybrid GABA and Sheng Puer processing style to create a flavor profile that we have never had in any other tea we have had on the site.
In the opening, this Puer Sheng GAPU Grade P tea has a fruity note of medium sweetness: hints of blackberries and red fruits, slightly astringent, then evolve into sweeter notes of candied fruit and candied figs.
Only later is there a slight woody note on the back of the tongue, not at all intrusive and also evolving.
The finish returns bittersweet, with hints of chestnut honey and a good fruity persistence.
These fragrant Pu erh Sheng GAPU Grade R tea leaves, from the Ruby 18 cultivar, have a special processing, combining GABA techniques with Pu erh sheng production techniques to create a taste we rarely encounter in tea. In fact, this tea offers a little sensory journey: the initially more sour taste reminiscent of red fruits slowly transforms into sweet notes on the palate, with a liveliness typical of puer tea.
Pressed into a cake for aging, this tea is fascinating meld of Chinese, Taiwanese and Japanese styles of tea making.
Tea with strong warming, which is coupled with relaxation.

Recommend Brewing Style:

Gong Fu Style: 3-5g per 100ml, ~100C water, 10-15 second flash steeps for first 3-4 steeps then adjust to taste. Lasts 10+ steeps.

Western Style: 3g per 100ml, ~95C(205f) water for 1 minute. Lasts 2-3 steeps 


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