2020 Yunnan Sourcing "Jingmai Mountain" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake

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Pu-erh Tea
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Cherry, Dark Chocolate, Menthol, Oak
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  • “This was the first loose (well, cake) tea I drank after a week of teabags and it was like night and day. And the bagged tea wasn’t bad! But this puerh was just such a multisensory experience,...” Read full tasting note

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Entirely Jingmai mountain area tea harvested in 2019 and wet piled in Menghai. Several leaf grades from the same wet pile batch have been blended together to add complexity.

Sweet, spicy and thick tea. Complex with noticeable Cha Qi and long lasting feeling in the mouth, this is a tea that will age wonderfully.

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

Pressed on April 20th 2020

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This was the first loose (well, cake) tea I drank after a week of teabags and it was like night and day. And the bagged tea wasn’t bad! But this puerh was just such a multisensory experience, nothing from a supermarket can compare. The flavor is rich and deep, the texture is thick, it’s got a cooling aftertaste like menthol but a generally warming vibe – reminded me why the shipping time from China is worth it. I like to leaf this hard, but that’s my MO with ripe puerh in general.

Flavors: Cherry, Dark Chocolate, Menthol, Oak

looseTman

cube,
Have you tried the 3 other shou in this series?
– “Ba Da Mountain”
– “Bu Lang Mountain”
– “Me Song”
Thanks!

cube

I have not tried those but would like to! I’ve heard the Bu Lang is really good.

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