2011 Douji "Nuan Jiang Shan" (Warm River Mountain) Ripe Puerh Loose Leaf Tea

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From China Cha Dao

Douji’s Riped Puerh Series.

2011 Douji “Nuan Jiang Shan” (Warm River Mountain) Ripe Puerh Loose Leaf Tea 200g

Recommend Douji Product, good for collecting, limited product due to its low production!

Aroma – Mellow, unique.

Flavor – Thick, Smooth and Sweet.

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This one smells like wet wood and dirt…very earthy.
The color is a medium brown once infused.

The flavor is more gentle than I assumed it would be based on the aroma, alone. I’m happy with the level of flavor on the tongue.

It’s somewhat mellow, thick like broth, slightly earthy but a little sweet…like sweet wood. This feels good on the throat. This is a very nice ripe pu-erh! Nice surprise!

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I didn’t notice the same earthiness from this puerh that my SororiTea Sister TeaEqualsBliss did.

This was a surprising Puerh, because I could taste unique sweet and fruity notes! A mild earthy note, but I found that the leaf smelled more earthy than the tea tasted.

Sweet, juicy melon and peach notes with a hint of vanilla. Then I noticed hints of wood. I don’t think I’ve ever experienced a Puerh quite like this one before: no strong earthy qualities, no fishy or brine-y notes. Just … really delightful.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/10/20/2011-douji-nuan-jiang-shan-ripe-puerh-tea-from-china-cha-dao/

mrmopar

Jerry sells some good puerh!

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