2011 zhengyan wild puerh

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  • “Lovely tea. But very tame compared to the other wild tea that terre de cierre used to do (the wild kunlu) Good huigan, juicy but no bitterness. But also no strength in any of it. Next time I’ll...” Read full tasting note

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Lovely tea. But very tame compared to the other wild tea that terre de cierre used to do (the wild kunlu)
Good huigan, juicy but no bitterness. But also no strength in any of it. Next time I’ll try forcing the flavour. Perfect for someone trying wild puerh for the first time.

Rasseru

Also steepster on my phone doesn’t allow me to score or scroll down my review so it’s short. But it’s a good tea! It needs to be pushed and I only have one more session, will explore

tanluwils

Strange name: zhengyan. That means “true cliff” which is exclusively used for Wuyi yancha. Is there a reason why they chose this name?

Rasseru

Hmm. Not sure – I am writing on my phone from memory so maybe I made a mistake and am writing zhengyan because I’ve had a few before (and yes, as you say, wuyi yanchas)

Im googling and can’t find it so maybe my mistake

tanluwils

Could have been “zheng shan”, which is commonly used for pu’ers.

Rasseru

It’s zhenyuan which I still can’t seem to Google. I push the rest of the sample then re-review & delete this one when I’m at a PC

tanluwils

Nice! I actually enjoy deciphering language and geography, so I wanted to take a stab at this one. :) The Zhenyuan that comes to mind is within Simao and encompasses a portion the Ailao and Wuliang mountains.

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