2010 American Hao 1001 Youle Green Pu-erh Tea Cake 400g

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  • “The tea leaf (wet) reminds me of leather goods. The flavor profile is similar, but not really. It’s woody, astringent, and smooth. I try not to push the leaf too much. I start the first few steeps...” Read full tasting note
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“The 1st of its 2010 series, this cake is made by using early Spring arbor materials from Youle, Jinghong area. Youle mountain is located west to Yiwu, it belongs to famous six tea mountains.

It has the guts of our American Hao 0904, and represents the best of Youle mountain teas. The taste is fresh, strong, astringent, and aromatic, needless to predict it has great potential to age into something wonderful, something worth holding on to.

There is very limited quantity available for this great 2010 Spring Menghai big tree materials.

Pu-erh Tea Cake 400g
Vintage 2010
Premium class
Raw/Green/unfermented
Loose tea leaves
Very limited production
PuerhShop Exclusive"

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The tea leaf (wet) reminds me of leather goods. The flavor profile is similar, but not really. It’s woody, astringent, and smooth. I try not to push the leaf too much. I start the first few steeps with a quick flash steep (5-10 seconds) until it softens up a bit. If one brews at a higher temperature (200+), one is expected to get a mouthful of bitterness, which this tea, I’ve learned, will never let go. Once you go heavy handed on water temp and steep time, you’ll never have an enjoyable session.

With that said, after you’ve learned how the tea wants to be brewed, it’s not a bad cup. Not my favorite tea, but a good weekly drinker.

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