Laos Pu Erh 2011 Phong sali

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  • “I wish this Pu Erh would also be a perfume... The liquor has an amazing arrange bright color and the smell out of the tea pot is strong masculine made of leather and camphor oil and slightly...” Read full tasting note
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This is our first compressed cake with leaves from old tea trees from Laos, a country which borders the south east tip of Yunnan. The orange liquor, bright and minerally, is characterized by woody, fruity and spicy (camphor) notes. Full-bodied and refreshing, a tea with promise for the years to come!

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I wish this Pu Erh would also be a perfume… The liquor has an amazing arrange bright color and the smell out of the tea pot is strong masculine made of leather and camphor oil and slightly floral. No astringency in the liquor and an amazing journey through the 8+ steeps. It is going interesting to see its evolution through the year!

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