2011 Douji Hong Shang Dou Raw Puerh Tea Cake

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From China Cha Dao

2011 Douji “Hong Shang Dou” Raw Puerh Tea Cake

Material: Mengku, Menghai and Si Mao wild arbor tea trees leaves. Is a mixture of 80% Spring Tea and 20% Autumn Tea!

Aroma – Fresh
Flavor – Smooth and Soft
Soup – Soft

Seller rcommend tea, good price and quality tea!

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I actually sampled the 2012 version of this tea.

A rather unique Puerh … light in color and flavor. It smells more vegetative than earthy, which is also quite unique in a Puerh.

Sweet, smooth and mellow. No astringency. No bitterness. Just … smooth!

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/11/11/2012-douji-hong-shang-dou-raw-puerh-tea-cake-china-cha-dao/

Charles Thomas Draper

A 2011 raw puerh should never be earthy. A shu, yes. Sheng, never…


I usually find most puerh earthy on some level. Sheng are definitely less so than Shu, but I usually taste earthy notes. (Even though the title says 2011, I used the same listing for the 2012 … not that it matters.)

Charles Thomas Draper

It is too new to be earthy


I generally pick up on earthy notes in most Pu-erh. I also pick up on earthy notes in some white, green and black teas. They may not all taste of the same “earthy” quality, but it is still earthy to me.

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