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2018 Yěshēng Cuìfēng Gāoshān
野生翠峰高山 — Wild Grown Jade Peak High Mountain
I’ve got something a little unusual, and more than a little special to me: it’s a wild-grown gāoshān (high mountain wulong) that Casey’s (my partner) dad hand-carried for us from Taiwan. And, it is lovely! It’s thick & sweet, and it tastes, smells, and — perhaps most of all — feels much gentler than your average gāoshānchá. I’m really looking forward to sharing it with you.
c. 2003 Tài Zhuān (Shúchá)
泰砖熟茶 — Thailand Storage Ripe Brick
I bought these very pleasant, very affordable shúchá bricks from a tea producer based in Northern Thailand when my friends Chloé, Ana, and I met him back in 2015. With over 10 years of storage close to the southern border of Yunnan (along with another few in Portland), this tea brews up dark, sweet, clear, and potent.
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