2014 Da Xue Shan

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Bamboo, Hay, Milk, Mint
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185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 4 oz / 120 ml

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  • “this is a very light tea, the color is a light yellow, the taste is very easy, not strong. it reminds me of bamboo tea with a hint of mint and a little hay in the beginning, a typical easy going...” Read full tasting note
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This pu-erh tea comes from one of the highest tea growing areas in Yunnan. Mengku Da Xue Shan (the Big Snow Mountain), which peaks at 3233m. Tea grows at altitudes up to 2700m. The material used to press this cakes was all harvested above 2200m.

While mengku Da Xue Shan is famous for its wild tea trees, this tea is made of cultivated ancient trees, from the assamica varietal.

The tea is processed rather green but the leaves are not overfried. It is very fragrant, has some bitterness and a very fast huigan. The Cha Qi makes you feel good and you can brew this tea over a dozen times. A tea that will fit those who like good aroma while having also a good mouthfeeling.

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this is a very light tea, the color is a light yellow, the taste is very easy, not strong.
it reminds me of bamboo tea with a hint of mint and a little hay in the beginning, a typical easy going sheng flavor, it doesn’t really get stronger throughout the session.
later steepings remind of a milky oolong, i never had that oolong taste in a sheng before.
it could have potential for storage if it got stronger with time, but i am not sure if there is enough intense basic aroma in it for developing an intense aroma. maybe in the end with the milky oolong.
compared to other shengs it may be quite interesting as the hay and astringency and withered flowery aroma is only very light and might not get stronger.
it’s a mild and light but pleasing tea keeping you relaxed and fit.

Flavors: Bamboo, Hay, Milk, Mint

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 4 OZ / 120 ML

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