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Looks like it’s time for a sheng-off. I really don’t want to launch my exhaustive pu-er explorations just yet and really just want to keep one around. I really, really love Mandala’s Wild Monk Sheng Pu’er Mao Cha. And I really, really love this too. This one leaves a trailing sweetness on my tongue, and it’s ’pu’er funk,’ for lack of a better name for that ‘pile of wet leaves’ thing, is lighter than the Wild Monk’s. That isn’t necessarily good or bad. Whatever, it’s wonderful, lovely, and bringing a light, complex, sunny note to my morning.

cryptickoi

piling is only used to ferment shu cha…

Flowery

That’s a flavor note, not a process note. ;)

cryptickoi

okay…got it..

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cryptickoi

piling is only used to ferment shu cha…

Flowery

That’s a flavor note, not a process note. ;)

cryptickoi

okay…got it..

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If I could only drink four teas ever again, they would be Black Beauty (Mandala), Huang Zhi Xiang Phoenix Mountain Dancong (Verdant), Silver Buds Yabao (Verdant), and Shan Lin Xi Concubine (Eco-Cha, at least the fall 2013). These teas are ridiculous.

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Den’s Tea
Taiwan Tea Crafts
Tea Drunk
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