|Cold winter weather|
I live in a fairly rugged location. My house is located at the end of an almost three quarter mile long driveway on top of a mountain. Normally for about a month a year we are forced to navigate it via snowmobile. This winter thanks to global warming we have not even had to plow it. Today I decided to take advantage of the spring like weather and have a session under the sun.
|The shinkage mark is apparent around the spout . Does this mean it is Zhuni? It has a nice ring to it.|
The brick has been fairly dry stored. But has seen enough age to have rounded out most of the roughness that I imagine being present in this tea's youth. It is not until later infusions that the plum taste really starts to come to the forefront.There is a slight dryness to the mouth feel but it does not make the tea unpleasant. While the qi is of this tea is mild it is present and slightly energetic . The leaf does have good durability easily staying interesting and evolving for fifteen infusion
|The taste is more mature than it looks.|