2019 Yiwu Gushu Huangpian

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  • “2.5g, boiling, thermos. 7s rinse. from what I remember, a nice clean young sheng taste and sweet apricot-tinged aftertaste, though aftertaste did not linger anywhere to the degree that LP’s peach...” Read full tasting note

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Huangpian typically has a lighter flavour profile and can be aged like any other Puer to develop deeper flavour notes.

Note: We recommend longer steeps and more leaf than normal. If you don’t have gongfu style brewing equipment, huangpian is ideal for pot brewing.

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2.5g, boiling, thermos. 7s rinse.

from what I remember, a nice clean young sheng taste and sweet apricot-tinged aftertaste, though aftertaste did not linger anywhere to the degree that LP’s peach village maocha did. Died pretty gracefully, if somewhat suddenly, after a couple mugs. Definitely worth it for the price, which was $0.13/g for me after factoring in shipping and currency conversion costs.

I was disappointed to find that my stomach cannot seem to handle young huang pian either. A pity. I know HP is puer, but the way some people talk about it makes it seem gentler and lighter, at very minimum, without going into the criticisms “old-school” puer drinkers have against it. I’ll have to explore kombucha one of these days so I can run through my remaining young sheng samples.

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