This is yet another of What-cha’s range of sweet little 100 gram mini-beengs, and is the result of a second joint effort between Alistair of What-cha and Scott Wilson of Yunnan Sourcing. Advertisements
Bancha Goishicha is a dark or post-fermented tea from Japan. This particular tea originates from Otoyo town, which lies in Kochi prefecture on Shikoku island, and was produced in February 2015.
Alistair of What-cha fame certainly gets his hands on some interesting teas, and this is one of them.
I received this tea in the form of a generously sized 10 gram sample that was included in a recent order I placed with What-cha.
This is another tea from What-cha‘s fine collection of 100 gram mini-beengs.
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Tagged Chinese tea, Farmerleaf, Jingmai, Pu-erh, raw Pu-erh, sheng Pu-erh, tea, teaism, What-cha, Yunnan
This wee 100 gram beeng had so many interesting points in its favour it was impossible to resist.
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.