Today’s review/tasting is the 2002 Nan Jian Tu Lin Te Zhi Tuo. Let’s break that down for a moment, armed with babelcarp and a little basic puerh knowledge.
Nan Jian Tu Lin is a tea factory originating in 1983, located in, you guessed it, Nan Jian County in Dali, Yunnan. Continue reading “2002 Nan Jian Tu Lin Te Zhi Tuo Ripe Puerh”
Before I get to today’s delicious tea I want to share a little bit of what I’ve been learning about the Feng Qing Tea Factory…
Feng Qing is a county in Northern Lincang Prefecture, placing it West of the center of Yunnan Province. This region was known as Shunning Prefecture during the Ming Dynasty. Continue reading “2003 Feng Qing Jia Ji Er Deng and a (Very) Brief History of the Feng Qing Tea Factory”
This is where I’m going to (try to) keep track of all the significant teas I buy/try. Some will eventually be links to reviews, and feel free to ask my opinion about any of them. Continue reading “The Tea List”
(Rurnt, adj. Southern vernacular past tense of “ruined,” often used to refer to a state of extreme intoxication.) Continue reading “What is Tea Rurnt?”