Tag Archives: sheng Pu-erh

Farmer Leaf Autumn 2018 Jingmai Gushu

Over the past few months it felt as though I’d been giving priority to the daily drinker side of my stash, so when I found the tea buying coffers pleasantly full I decided to have a mini splurge of sorts.

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2010 Yi Wu Hai Lang Hao Wild Arbor Sheng – Part 2

I knew I’d give in to temptation sooner or later.

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A Place For Everything…

…and everything in its place… When I unexpectedly found the remains of a tuo that I thought I’d polished off some time ago it became apparent that I really needed to re-organise my stash.

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Wuhan Jiarun Huiming Organic Sheng

As the name suggests, this tea is a product of the Wuhan Jiarun Tea Co. Ltd., who are based in Wuhan, Hubei Province.

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2009 Xia Guan Jia Ji Raw

I bought this tuo in mid-April as part of my efforts to shore up the pu side of my stash.

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2006 Bang Mai Wild Arbor Sheng

Spoiler alert…this was one of those memorable sessions you simply never want to forget.

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Strange Days – This and That

Deja Pu The other day I had what I can only describe as some kind of a tea flashback.

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Sipdown Challenge – The Zombie Vampire Tea Nugget

Bit of a weird one, this.

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My Top 10 Teas For 2019

This is yet another post inspired by Eric’s blog One Man’s Tea Journey (if I’m not careful he’s going to start charging consultancy fees), which was in turn inspired by Marco’s blog Steap’d.

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In-between Days

Greetings from the in-between days, what we hereabouts call the relatively quiet period between Christmas and New Year, the calm eye of the festive storm.

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