Gong Mei Bingcha
A relatively new phenomenon in the tea world, aging white teas—not just pu-erhs—has become more common. The complexity of flavor and fragrance that comes with time can be attributed in part to white teas’ slight amount of oxidation.
This compressed cake (a form also most often found in the pu-erh category) was produced in Fujian in 2015, and is a delight to behold and savor. Gently flake off a small portion of leaves, and steep with water below boiling: the nectar-sweet aroma and floral, lightly spicy flavor lasts through several infusions.
Tasting Notes: nectar, cinnamon, honeysuckle
Year of Production: 2015
wonderful. smooth taste. now i have to figure out how to store it.