2010 Meng Ku Ancient Trees Green [Raw] Pu'er

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  • “David warned me to go easy on this one. It is strong and intense. Although very young I am enjoying it very much. I did a quick 30 second steep and I have a cup of wonder. The 2nd is much more...” Read full tasting note
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Taste-Intense mouthcoating. Smell-Aromatic and awakening
We drank 8 pressings of this tea and the flavor is still deep and lively. You can feel the depth and nourishment in these leaves. That they are provided by ancient roots, and really something special. This Meng Ku Green Pu’er is very intense and mouth coating. It’s very young and will only get better with time.

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David warned me to go easy on this one. It is strong and intense. Although very young I am enjoying it very much. I did a quick 30 second steep and I have a cup of wonder. The 2nd is much more flavorful and robust. One constant with my tea drinking is the Feeling. How does the tea make you feel? This tea is a lovely eye opener. A piercing of the third eye too. I can only do 2 steeps as a speak. It’s great to be alive and well and to have tea in my life. To quote Jethro Tull, " Salvation Ala Mode and a cup of TEA". In a few years I am sure this tea will be beyond magnificent.

Jim Marks

When you talk about feeling, do you mean an emotional state, a physical sensation, a state of being a quality of awareness… ?

Charles Thomas Draper

All of the above Jim….

Jim Marks

PS: seeing your profile makes me miss The Shore.

Charles Thomas Draper

I love the ocean. Where did you live?

Jim Marks

I grew up in East Greenwich. Spent a lot of time as a kid down by Corson’s Inlet, then later down Kitty Hawk, Duck, Nag’s Head on the Outer Banks (NC) and then went to college on Cape Ann (MA). I did my teaching practicum in Gloucester and was a sub for a while in Rockport, Beverly and Salem. Then I lived in Rhode Island for nearly a decade.

These last few years in Chicago and Houston have been a misery in that regard. I love the coast, especially the Northeast.

Charles Thomas Draper

I love Hatteras.

Charles Thomas Draper

Buxton. I love it there. I love it when I would work my dog in the morning and everyone waves or says hello. That does’nt happen in NJ.

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