In the Yunnan province, the autumn Pu Er tea enjoys a very high aroma. There is a Chinese saying that translates something like: “Spring is the time of water, Autumn the time of aroma,” which is especially true in autumn Oolong, and Pu Er teas. This tea consists of well-selected leaves from autumn maocha that is several years old and includes 2008 autumn Maocha to make a cake that enjoys not only the high autumn aroma of a young tea but also some aged aroma as well. This tea possesses a thick and mellow tea taste that combines beautifully with the fascinating high aroma. This is a good tea to fully demonstrate the characteristics of a autumn Pu-erh tea.
Tea tree: Bush Pu-erh tea
Harvest time: 2008 autumn
Picking standard: One bud with two leaves
Shape: Tight, fat, plump.
Dried tea color: dark yellowish green color
Aroma: high floral aroma
Tea soup color: light yellowish green color
Taste: sweet and thick, with little astringency at the tongue.