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Man Zhuan 2014 Spring

Our 2014 Manzhuan 蛮砖 is harvested from 200 year old tea trees growing organically in the forest at 980-1,050m above sea level. The aroma is exceptionally floral, sweet and creamy. You can clearly smell caramel left behind in the emptied cup. The flavor is green, tinged with a slight edge of bitterness.These top quality leaves produce a thick mouthfeel, slow huigan, and mild chaqi. Buy together with our 2012 Spring Manzhuan for a vertical tasting.

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Steeping Instructions:
We recommend 7g of tea leaves in a 100ml brewing vessel. Add boiling hot water. This tea can re-infused at least 10 times.

Man Zhuan 2014 Spring

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This cake is dedicated to our baby girl, Miranda Jamie, born June 2014, in the year of the horse.

Customer Reviews

Very Potent+Brown sugar

Review by Louie
For a 2014 i was expecting it to have aging taste already. but simply China has that veggy taste, just pure brown sugar, thick, can brew 10-15 for 7 grams...lacking aftertaste aroma or anything that distinguish itself from any gushu area...this together with a wild tea would be good mixture...because the bitterness in wild will create body for this in aging... i give it 82/100 (Posted on 1/18/19)

Dessert bulang

Review by Phi (from Steepster)
Oh wow! This is my favorite Tea Urchin yet… yes I think even better than Bulang Beauty. I almost didn’t want to write this review because it is on sale right now and I don’t have the money for it or shipping.

Per the description you really can smell the caramel while you drink this tea. The taste is a sweet flower and bitter stem sort of mix. This is not subtle or gentle like most of Belle and Eugene’s teas. It is a kick in your face, like the horse on the label suggests.

The after taste lingers and is wonderful and captures more of the caramel. I NEED more of this… one or two cakes assuming it doesn’t sell out before I bring home the bacon! This is so creamy and sharp at the same time. I Love it.

Om nom nom nom nom stumbles off into tea drunk bliss

TL:DR: The most elegant salted caramel you can eat on a diet. Gives you a serious punch in taste and energy. Reminds me of a dessert bulang.

Flavors: Bitter, Caramel, Flowers, Vanilla (Posted on 8/3/15)

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