2018 Bitter Leaf Raw Pu-erh Tea

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Origin: Thailand
Harvest: 2018
Elevation: 1300 m

Raw pu-erh tea made from thai bitter leaf tea tree material.

This sheng does not resemble Bulang, nor Lao Man Er, nor other Chinese regions. But that is how I describe the organoleptic properties… The bitterness is so edible, soft. Without citrus notes – closer to the fragrant fresh wormwood. Now, if we add more sweet wildflowers and a drop of vanilla to this fragrant bitterness, then we get this sheng.

Many puerh producers seek to collect the harvest from sweet trees. And we, of course, understand them in this – everyone loves sweet tea, it is easy to sell, etc. But we are convinced that bitter-leaf pu-erh is seriously undervalued for two main reasons:

It has a powerful fragrant Huygan. That is not just a returning sweetness but a very fragrant sweet aftertaste.
It has a very potent relaxing and sedative Qi effect.
By the way, bitterness is good for our body. It stimulates the work of the overall endocrine and digestive system.

For these two huge advantages, Huygan and healing ability of Qi, we are ready to forgive this tea a lot – both bitterness and not very expressive foreground taste. Thus we decided to make a special cake with this bitter leaf.

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