Pu Er 2007 Yiwu Jing Long

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  • “This is a wonderful, delicate pu-erh suitable for the pu-erh novice. It has a lovely, lightly earthy aroma, with hints of the forest and the sea, that I've found to be quite intoxicating. The...” Read full tasting note
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Spring harvest tea from the treelike tea bushes growing on the slopes of Yiwu Mountain. The relatively large leaves are gently compressed to preserve quality. The vegetal character of the liquor has no trace of smokiness and is lightly sweet and tart with aromatic notes of cedar, yellow peaches, and green cardamom. This tea stands to gain much in aging but is already a treat to savour.

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This is a wonderful, delicate pu-erh suitable for the pu-erh novice. It has a lovely, lightly earthy aroma, with hints of the forest and the sea, that I’ve found to be quite intoxicating. The flavor is smooth and light. There’s a touch of sweetness as well. I’m definitely interested in trying some stronger pu-erhs someday, but this is a nice one suitable for drinking any time.

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