Eternal Spring

Eternal Spring

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99x - My reviews



HaiWan Wild Tea 99

0.0 stars 0 reviews
HaiWan Wild Tea 99

2015 Chawangpu Collection

0.0 stars 0 reviews, 2 comments
2015 Chawangpu Collection

Xiaguan Tuocha 2007

4.5 stars 1 review
Xiaguan Tuocha 2007

2009 Youleshan Tuo Cha Raw 100g

4.0 stars 1 review, 1 comment
2009 Youleshan Tuo Cha Raw 100g

2013 Chawangpu "Lao Yu" Xiao Bing Cha

5.0 stars 1 review, 2 comments
2013 Chawangpu "Lao Yu" Xiao Bing Cha 200g

2000 Shu Pu 7262

4.5 stars 1 review
2000 Shu Pu 7262

2013 White 2 Tea New Amerykah

4.5 stars 2 reviews, 1 comment
2013 White 2 Tea New Amerykah

NaKa 2013 autumn

5.0 stars 1 review
NaKa 2013 autumn

Kukitya 2013

4.5 stars 1 review
Kukitya 2013

Sencha Ohira 2013

4.5 stars 1 review
Sencha Ohira 2013

Shu Tuocha 2003

4.5 stars 1 review
Shu Tuocha 2003

BaDa 2013 - blind tasting set 1

4.5 stars 1 review, 1 comment
BaDa 2013 - blind tasting set 1

Sikkim Temi FTGFOP-1 Second Flush 2013

4.5 stars 2 reviews, 2 comments
Sikkim Temi FTGFOP-1 Second Flush 2013

Lao Banzhang 2013

5.0 stars 1 review
Lao Banzhang 2013

2012 Menghai "Spring of Menghai" Raw

4.0 stars 1 review, 1 comment
2012 Menghai "Spring of Menghai" Raw Pu-erh tea

Sencha Ohira 2012

4.0 stars 1 review
Sencha Ohira 2012

Kabusé Okuyutaka 2012

4.2 stars 2 reviews, 1 comment
Kabusé Okuyutaka 2012

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„There is also a lack of formal definition for "gu shu." Some say "gu shu" should only refer to trees over 300 years of age, that is left to grow tall, and not pruned back. But in reality, most "gu shu" trees are cultivated, which entails annual pruning to encourage regrowth & lower branches for easy picking. A lot of "gu shu" on the market comes from trees as young as 100 years old, some of which is as short as 1.5m high. But a 100 year old tea tree growing in the wild can also grow higher than 3m high. Eventually the government will legislate what classifies as "gu shu." Until then, let the buyer beware!“

Source Web: The Tea Urchin. Learning how to identify gu shu & make maocha[online]. 2011. Available on WWW: <http://teaurchin.blogspot.cz/2011/09/learning-how-to-identify-gu-shu-make.html>. [q937] [s107]

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