2013 Yiwu Wilderness

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “Dry leaves are dark but lighter in colour after infusion, quite mild and smooth with nice grassy fragrance, a slight astringency in later infusions. Interesting tea that tastes more like an aged...” Read full tasting note

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autumn leaves, pressed into 250 grams cakes
The rural, remote and secret part of Yiwu produced a rustical autumn pu-erh. The tea brew is very autumn like, dark orange and very aromatic. The clear and fancy fruity taste is followed by an almond aftertaste. Very clean, natural, wildly grown rare pu-erh tea still for an accessible price.

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Dry leaves are dark but lighter in colour after infusion, quite mild and smooth with nice grassy fragrance, a slight astringency in later infusions. Interesting tea that tastes more like an aged longjing (dragon well) than puerh.
I usually prefer aged puerh that are 10 years and above, but I like this (thanks Peter for the free sample). I will definitely start adding some sheng to my collection.
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Flavors: Smooth

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