8 Tasting Notes
Smooth and particularly well aged for a 3 year old pu-erh. The liquor is dark with no bitter tannins or after taste of earthiness. It is deep and strong without being overpowering to the palate. Excellent tea especially as a digestive aid.
Smell: Sweet, honey, apricot flavor
Color: Light amber, color stays consistent with subsequent brews – 3 and 4
Taste: Floral and fruity
Stay: Long, even and smooth stay
Leaf: Full, twisted, aged perfectly
Smell: Spicy and sweet
Color: Auburn, shiny and clear
Taste: Long aftertaste of spiciness with mild floral note
Stay: Long but milder without astringency
Leaf: Fine tips, fermented and roasted
Smells Spicy and sweet, with a shiny but clear auburn brew. The aftertaste is spicy with a mild floral note. Has a medium body, with a medium liquor. The stay is long without an astringency.
The leaves are fermented, roasted fine tips.
A smooth but bold tea.
Clean, even stay with a overtones of light floral and green. Light body and fresh. High flavor and aroma reminiscent of mountainous mist.
Light amber hue with and excellent even and full liquor. Perfectly aged and scented tea that had an extremely arousing scent.Clean and high tannin finish.
Smoot, buttery, slightly thick, fresh, lingering and steady finish.