Dadugang King Tea Biscuit Leaf: Medium leaves. Heated Leaf aroma: Sweet / hints of flora / straw. Water temp: Crab/fish eye. Infusion and ratio: 6g in 150ml gaiwan. brief rinse, 60s rests, 15s, 20s, 30s, 30s, 60s Liquor color: Good clarity, golden yellow. Flavor Notes: Medium pungent and astringency, bamboo, light sweetness, hint of camphor, dry aftertaste, mild body, medium complexity / bitterness. Best Infusion: 2nd infus. Cha Qi: Medium but active. Overall: This was totally a different image I had then: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4410717173 Good young leaves. Presentable. Question about storage? Too dry? For a 3 years old young leaves without mellowing down the astringency? Age-ability: flair. Would I buy this tea?: Maybe. If I have more background on tea area and factory.
Yunnan Fengqing Mini-Beeng 2003 "12 zodiacs" Leaf: Broken young medium, little meat, leaves. Heated Leaf aroma: Dairy / hints of flora / grassy. Water temp: Crab/fish eye. Infusion and ratio: 6g in 150ml gaiwan. brief rinse, 30s rests, 20s, 20s, 30s, 30s, 60s Liquor color: Cloudy golden pale yellow. Flavor Notes: Moderate astringency, creamy, hay, hint of camphor, minty, clean aftertaste, mellow round body. Best Infusion: 5th infus. Cha Qi: Mild. Overall: A Good and Mellow 3 years old. Like the creamy / dairy character a lot. Young tree, low land harvested? Age-ability: flair. Would I buy this tea?: No.