2012 Cha Yu Lin "Korla Pear Aroma" Hua Zhuan Tea of Hunan
This is a unique production from Cha Yu Lin for 2012. It's a Hua Zhuan brick that is composed entirely of wild tea leaves harvested in Liu Bu Xi area of An Hua county in Hunan. The tea was compressed into large 2 kilogram bricks and then stored for 10+ years in An Hua Town. The result is a thick creamy hei cha with a pear-like fruitiness. The owner of Cha Yu Lin decided to name this tea "Korla Pear Aroma" because it reminds him of Korla pears (Xinjiang).
Regardless of how much you feel is tastes like pear, you'll certainly be pleased with the complexity found in its broad flavor/aroma spectrum.
This is sold as small squarish pieces by weight for your convenience!
We recommend brewing this with the hottest water. You can can brew gong fu style, or you can try brewing in a SAMA Thermal Flask for maximum extraction and thick taste!