Happy Fox day?
It is quite good - and at 22$/8g, I feel a decent price to quality ratio even though expensive.Balthazar wrote: ↑Fri Sep 16, 2022 12:58 am"Horse head cliff/peak" no? Named after the shape of the leaves I believe.
Or I'm the case of the abbreviation "Ma (tou yan) rou (gui)", "horse cinnamon".
Sounds delicious from your notes btw.
Gaoshan in an opened packet won't stay in peak condition for > 3 weeks but is not useless. Not at its most delicious state, leaves can still produce a delicious cup especially when leaves were originally terrific.Andrew S wrote: ↑Sun Sep 18, 2022 8:31 pmTillerman's Winter 2020 Lishan.
One of the reasons why I don't drink fresh high mountain tea very often, despite enjoying the style quite a bit, is that it just takes me forever to get around to drinking it, regardless of how good it is, and then I need to finish the packet quickly.
Perhaps I should have been clearer; this one was opened within the last... two weeks, I think. It had just been left lying around for a while. And as you and others have mentioned, that is not always a bad thing: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2332