Rainy day today. Sipping on some pu erh in the morning somehow makes it all better. Its quite smooth, light and crisp, dark amber liquor but lacks in flavor and aroma. I taste some creamy notes there but still I was expecting a bit more.
“Rainy day today. Sipping on some pu erh in the morning somehow makes it all better. Its quite smooth, light and crisp, dark amber liquor but lacks in flavor and aroma. I taste some creamy notes...” Read full tasting note
“Passable shu, if bland and a bit dry. Decent enough for a mini, but nothing special. Much better than the other minis I’ve tried (teavivre), but won’t be getting these again.” Read full tasting note
It’s Langhe tea factory Premium Mini tuos from 2005. Alot of small but whole leaves and little golden buds. Brews a lovelyclear deep red wine colored tea liquor.
Around 3 grams each, 250 grams gets you approximately 75 mini tuos.
Langhe tea factory has been producing teas for more than 15 years. A Menghai based tea factory that specializes in producing Pu-erh tea in the traditional manner. Langhe ripe pu-erhs are special because their fermentation process is “lighter” using less heat and shorter times. The result is a brewed leaf with a slightly greenish-brown appearance. This lighter fermentation process allows for a more gradual transformation into a ripe tea. Langhe ripe teas typically take 2 to 3 years to lose their “dui wei” and become very enjoyable to drink.
Ingredients: Yunnan Large leaf varietal fermented pu-erh
Produced by Langhe Tea Factory
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