This is the 2016 incarnation of White2Tea‘s 200 gram Brown Sugar shou Pu-erh brick. Advertisements
I came across this tea during one of my regular shopping expeditions over at House of Tea.
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I ran across this tuo when I was visiting Green Tea Guru during a multi-site shopping spree with the aim of bolstering the shou side of my stash.
It happened, as these things tend to do, (or at least looking back they seemed to at the time) in slow motion.
What-cha commissioned Paul “Two Dog ‘White2Tea‘” Murray to produce this 100 gram mini-beeng, which should be enough to grab your attention to start with.
Mrs. Teaist was away for the weekend, catching up with an old friend, when she glanced in a window, and happened to see a gaiwan.
The What One of the criticisms often levelled at White2Tea is that they play their cards a little too close to their chests for some folks in the tea community, who want to know to the half metre where on … Continue reading