2016 What-Cha Yong De Ripe Puerh Cake

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “I totally forgot that I had this sample. I’m a pu-erh beginner, but I liked drinking it. I found it to be a really satisfying, thick tea for a chilly morning. I wandered off and oversteeped it for...” Read full tasting note
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A smooth tasting shou with a thick velvet texture accompanied by a full taste with an underlying sweetness.

Pu’erh Type: Shou (Ripe)
Origin: Yong De, Lincang, Yunnan, China
Leaf Grade: Blend of 1, 3, 5

Puerh Label: What-Cha
Producer: Scott Wilson
Harvest Date: 2015
Pressing Date: 2016
Cake Weight: 100g

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I totally forgot that I had this sample. I’m a pu-erh beginner, but I liked drinking it. I found it to be a really satisfying, thick tea for a chilly morning. I wandered off and oversteeped it for ages, but it didn’t get bitter or harsh. It did’t have the same kind of sharpness that I found in the Peet’s Pu-erh. It had the fermented smell that I notice in other Puerhs, but a very mild taste. It’s hard to describe since I’m new to Puerhs, but I found it comforting. It wasn’t as flavorful as I would have liked, but was enjoyable to drink. It gave me two strong Western style steeps, and the third one was a little watery, but that’s likely because I let it steep for a really long time on the second one.

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