Teavivre’s 2005 Fengqing Zhuan [Episode 97]

The second in a two part series of randomly selected raw pu’erhs from James’ daily drinking tins, the 2005 Fengqing Zhuan.


4 responses to “Teavivre’s 2005 Fengqing Zhuan [Episode 97]”

  1. Looks really green w/yellow soup still at 10 years on. I get that it is dry stored, did you say how long you have had this tea? Just asking because I’m sitting here sampling a 2014 Bingdao, interesting you happen to mentioned that region here, and honestly the aging, or lack thereof, looks the same with what I’m drinking.

    • Hi Cwyn,

      Thanks for the comment. The tea is still somewhat green, but it brews up closer to an orange. It’s honestly mellowed out quite a bit and while it still gets astringent, most of its youthful punchiness is gone at this point.


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