2003 Qing Yun Hao

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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The raw material of Qing Yun Hao came from approx.1500m high Yiwu mountain area, used good quality leafs and 100% wild tree. After many years of traditional storage the leafs has became dark green and slightly reddish. The cake shape is solid and was well compressed, suitable for long term storage. The mouth feel is typical Yiwu, soft and gentle, aroma has a chararistic woody taste of wild tree.

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4391 tasting notes

Strong earthy scent that reminds me of a walk through an old growth forest – earthy, damp, woody, and even a little mossy.

The flavor is earthy, sweet (a deep, caramel-y note in this tea that I quite enjoy!) Soothing and contemplative, this tea.

I think I may be acquiring a taste for this…

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec
Stephanie

Wow, how delicious-sounding! You’re actually liking “earthy”? This must be really good! :)

LiberTEAS

I am slowly developing a taste for it. It still isn’t my favorite tea, but, it isn’t as bad as the first time I tried it either… you know what I mean?

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141 tasting notes

I received a small sample of this from LiberTEAS (thanks once again!)

The initial fragrance was a bit musty in the package but, once allowed to breathe, it became cleaner and moss-like.

I “over cooked” this a bit, but it still turned out pretty awesome. (I love a forgiving tea.) The color is copper but approaching garnet. The fragrance mellowed to something that was earthy and I also detected a slight salinity. Finally, the flavor was very mellow and even. Sometimes pu erhs have a mushroom (fungal) taste but this had notes of vanilla and caramel with just a faint metallic after taste.

There are simply too many great pu erhs to try that I don’t see myself repeating a purchase of any single one. However, if you like finding and sticking with a few of choice, give this one a try.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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1710 tasting notes

Tasty. Mmm. Pu’erh…

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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61 tasting notes

don’t give up on this tea- it shines in the aftertaste. Walker Tea Review #285. Score= 90

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