Organic Yunnan Palace Ripened Loose Pu-erh Tea

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Pu Erh Tea Leaves
Flavors
Loam, Musty, Wet Wood, Wood
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I’ve had a very hit and miss experience with Pu-erh Teas, so I’m always hesitant when I try a new one. This tea is quite good. The smell is heavily musky, which I don’t much care for, but the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Additional notes: A sipdown of this one and it seems like a different tea this time around. Less fishy and biscuity, but very sweet. I liked the biscuit flavor from three months ago but I also...” Read full tasting note
    88
  • “The leaves are dark and small and have a rich scent. I gave it a very quick rinse of maybe two seconds. I steeped one tsp. in six ounces water in my Kamjove pot for fifteen seconds and added...” Read full tasting note

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Origin:Cangyuan County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China

Plucking Standard:One bud with one leaf

Dry Tea:Tight and even leaves with golden buds, dark red in color with oily shiny

Aroma:Fragrance of glutinous rice

Liquid:Reddish brown in color, after the second steep it will turn to bright red

Mouthfeel:Mellow, soft, thick feel in mouth, but the taste is a little light

Tea Bush:Yunnan large-leaf tea bush species

Tea Garden:Tuanjie Dazhai Tea Base

This Pu-erh tea, with organic tea’s unique natural sweet taste, is the best choice for people who are looking for organic Pu-erh tea, and it has large transform space in the future.

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I’ve had a very hit and miss experience with Pu-erh Teas, so I’m always hesitant when I try a new one.

This tea is quite good. The smell is heavily musky, which I don’t much care for, but the flavor is mild, smooth, earthy, and a bit woodsy. It reminds me of a downed tree in the woods.

It probably wouldn’t be my first choice out and about, but as a pu-erh, it definitely tops my lists.

Flavors: Loam, Musty, Wet Wood, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Additional notes: A sipdown of this one and it seems like a different tea this time around. Less fishy and biscuity, but very sweet. I liked the biscuit flavor from three months ago but I also really liked the flavor of these steeps. Maybe less leaves made the difference? Last time: two teaspoons. This time around one teaspoon. I don’t have any more to test my theory! I’m raising the rating a couple points from an 86.

ashmanra

I sipped down a Teavivre pu tonight as well!

tea-sipper

It was probably delicious because all of Teavivre’s shous are delicious. :D

TeaVivre

Have you tried our mandarin orange puuerh tea?

tea-sipper

No, I don’t think I tried the mandarin pu-erh… yet.

TeaVivre

I quite enjoy that tea and I recommend it!

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2384 tasting notes

The leaves are dark and small and have a rich scent. I gave it a very quick rinse of maybe two seconds. I steeped one tsp. in six ounces water in my Kamjove pot for fifteen seconds and added fifteen seconds for each subsequent steep. My family was drinking this with me and my daughter said right away that she loved how bold it was. The first two steeps reminded me strongly of the smell of dried mushrooms when I am reconstituting them for cooking. The third steep onward became more woody, and the fifth steep had that “horsey” element – which I like! I got seven good steeps from that one teaspoon of leaves. I love Lincang puerh – I imagine this one will get better and better with age!

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