Description: The dark, bold, and wiry leaves of this selection yield a red coppery liquor with full flavor and smooth character. Notes of spice in the aroma add to the overall appeal. A great value to be enjoyed at any time of day.
Steeping Suggestions: - Leaf Quantity: 2¼ g/cup Water Temp: 212° (boiling) Steep Time: 4-5 min.
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from Saint Paul, MN (United States)
(4/14/2011) Dry Leaf: Excellent,
Infused Leaf: Excellent, Liquor: Good,
"An awful lot like a Keemun or some other Chinese congou (but not Yunnan.) Smooth and not very tannic. Good value if you want something mild with a hint of spice." Robert Spector
from Beverly, MA (United States)
(1/8/2011) Dry Leaf: Good,
Infused Leaf: Very Good, Liquor: Very Good,
"A rich flavor with no hint of acerbity. I don't have the vocabulary properly to describe the tea, and maybe I'm just blessed with cheap taste, but Pasir Nangka OP really is a steal." Jerald Groner
from Portland, OR (United States)
(11/14/2012) Dry Leaf: Very Good,
Infused Leaf: Good, Liquor: Average,
"If you like basic Fujian congou you will like this tea. Otherwise, try a Nilgiri instead."
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