2021 Yunnan Sourcing "Demon Ox" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Berry, Butter, Cherry, Cranberry, Earth, Fruity, Herbaceous, Marine, Mineral, Mushrooms, Nutty, Thick, Wood
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 7 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “Good shou on the savoury side of the spectrum, but it doesn’t offer anything overly special I’d say. The aroma is has both a marine and fruity character with scents of cherry, wood, and herbs....” Read full tasting note
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A blend of Lincang ripes teas from 5 different areas of Lincang! Smooth, thick, and potent with notes of fruit, mushroom, and chocolate! Entirely Spring Harvested teas were used!

357 Grams per cake (7 cakes per bamboo leaf tong)

Wrapper Design by Joke Sillis

200 Kilograms in total!

This tea has been tested in a certified laboratory for 191 pesticides, and is within the EU MRL limits set for those 191 pesticide residues.

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847 tasting notes

Good shou on the savoury side of the spectrum, but it doesn’t offer anything overly special I’d say.

The aroma is has both a marine and fruity character with scents of cherry, wood, and herbs. First infusion is nutty, herbaceous and earthy, while the later ones are brighter and more mineral. Specific flavours include thistles, enoki mushrooms, jostaberries, butter and cranberries.

Maybe the most exciting aspect is the mouthfeel which is oily, colloidal and numbing.

Flavors: Berry, Butter, Cherry, Cranberry, Earth, Fruity, Herbaceous, Marine, Mineral, Mushrooms, Nutty, Thick, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 7 g 5 OZ / 150 ML
Leafhopper

I enjoy your very specific tasting notes! I had to look up what a jostaberry was. :)

Togo

haha, my grandparents used to have a jostaberry bush which I ate from a lot during my childhood :D

ashmanra

Never heard of jostaberry!

mrmopar

I bet a lot of people don’t know paw paws either. Jostas are pretty good.

Togo

Yep, I only found out about paw paws when I saw them at a farmer’s market in Canada – there are some very niche fruits and I’m always interested in trying new ones :)

Martin Bednář

The difference between European and American berries… haven’t heard about paw paws.

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