One woman's journey to make tea a daily, meditative all-encompassing journey as she begins the second half of her life.
A poet, fiction writer and creative editor of hundreds of publications now turns her full attentions towards a new-ish passion.
A deep and abiding love of Oriental Beauty
Hui Run Ripe Puerh 2011 for when the sun goes down and the wind kicks up and you want to get a little....you know, high.
My new love for all things Bulang continues. I have had this large chunk sample of Hui Run 2011 since the first month I started trying Puerhs and my appreciation for it has grown exponentially. I finished it tonight and was glad to find Yunnan Sourcing still had some left! With no room in my Puerh drawer for a cake, I ordered three 25 grams samples, that should keep me going for awhile!
Here is what Yunnan Sourcing says about it...
"We are excited to offer this premium ripe pu-erh cake made entirely from Spring 2011 Bu Lang mountain material. First flush material was collected from several Bu Lang villages and fermented for 46 days. After fermentation was completed, the tea was dried and graded. We blended the various grades to create a balance recipe comprising of tippy golden buds and heavier grade 1,3, and 5 leaves. The term "Hui Run" refers to the sweet, slippery and soothing feeling that lingers in the mouth and throat even after the tea drinking session has ended."