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This is from a beeng cha I been sitting on for a few years now. From Longrun a Chinese company which deals in many teas but has a special passion for Pu Erh cakes.
It is zesty, but not citrus. Has some floral notes, and a pine note that comes and goes through the steeps as well as minerality and herbal notes. I over brewed a round and it became heavier, with asparagus, but the minerality and the zesty notes increased to be quite strong.
Gong Fu as a Pu Erh use water at about 80. It will do many steeps, start with short rounds 10-15 seconds, add add 5 seconds each round. It is a tea that goes for some time, and is dynamic, with a strong energy. I would drink this after a meal and not when you are already hungry.
|Amount:||1 hdp tsp|
|Brewing Time:||2 - 4 minutes|
|Suitable For Cold Brewing||No|
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