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2008 LaoTong Zi Timber Raw Pu-erh

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Green Pu-erh Blend
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  • “ First review in...uh...well it says "about a year" on my last tasting note so I guess about a year. I will start by saying salutations to all of my adoring fans. Scratch that. I have no fans. I...” Read full tasting note
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From R J Teahouse

“Timber” raw materials from the Lincang Sipai mountain of Mengku region 1900m -2500 meter of the minority areas, where high mountains, dense forests, misty every leaf throughout the year were Sipai from the Lincang mountain, Picked from the 250-800 years old of ancient tea tree, has the bright tea liquid, full aroma, sweet fast. Resistant to brew and so is the collection of the best tasting.

Vintage:
2008
Origin:
Yunnan Province, China.
Process:
Raw Tea

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1 Tasting Note

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58 tasting notes
First review in…uh…well it says “about a year” on my last tasting note so I guess about a year. I will start by saying salutations to all of my adoring fans. Scratch that. I have no fans. I copped this sample from my old pal Pureleaf and boy am I glad.

I’ve been drinking on this all day but I elected to start some fresh leaves to write this note (twist my arm already).I prepared this in a 120ml gaiwan. I rinsed the leaves, allowed them to cool and ‘rest’, and then steeped for roughly 10 seconds. Initial liquor was a light yellow with a hint of orange. At first sip I was met with a pleasant mix of light smokiness with an appropriate sweetness to accompany it. There was a slight drying effect, though not too much. I didn’t really encounter any bitterness so all in all the astringency factor was low and left a crispness in my mouth.
The after taste is worthy of boasting. I love it when a sheng leaves it’s mark on my palate as this one did. I was especially intrigued by how much this tea was present in the nasal portion of my palate as well. Though I don’t actually do it, I bet this would even be good iced. A great aged sheng in my most humble of opinions. Thank you all of my adoring fa…we covered that already didn’t we?

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mrmopar

Welcome back! We have missed you. You should join our puerh of the day discussion. We are all “learning” with it. Your notes would be great there.

tunes&tea

Hey buddy, thanks for the kind words. I really need to spend a quick minute here and there and at least get a few lines in.

gmathis

Good to see you back!

TheTeaFairy

Hey, you’ve got another fan here, miss your tunes and teas :-)

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