2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2

4.5 stars  4.5  1 review  Added 30.07.2014 by Eternal Spring, Tea status: [376] A 1272x
2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2
2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2
2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2
2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2 2014 White2Tea New Amerykah 2

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: Spring 2014 Menghai

Producer: White 2 Tea

Shop: White 2 Tea

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Description:

An old arbor Menghai blend. Thick body, lingering kuwei [pleasant bitterness], and plenty of oomph. This tea is a continuation of last year’s New Amerykah. The blend is slightly different, focusing more on sweetness and body than on bitterness.


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Eternal Spring
02.11.2015 14:45:54
Eternal Spring

New Amerika a second time

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I like this tea a lot. This one is sweeter than the first Amerykah from 2013, but the bitterness is still present. There is just a right amount of energy. It is not a killer like Amerykah 2013. Stamina is not as big as previous Amerykah, but still, it's a great tea.

In regards to used material, it should be blend of old arbour tea trees. Nevertheless, you can find a note claiming it is Gu Shu (wild tea trees) blend on wrapper. Well, considering its bitter character, it is quite possible having some Gu Shu material in this blend. Anyway, it is Menghai material, what is considered good for long term again.

2013 New Amerykah, what was complete Gu Shu and for the price of $69 (in 2014) for 357g cake, that was really bargain! Prices are currently different, yet 2014 New Amerykah 2 for the price of $69,50 (in 2015) is a great deal!


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