Palate 2017 Fall Raw Puer – Tian

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Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Pu Erh Tea Leaves
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “This is a great daily drinker! If your looking for a sweet Sheng with a decent mouthfeel and inexpensive you can’t go wrong with this one.. it gives 8 good brews, which is really good for the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Wow ive ordered the Tian and Xiang and I could definetly taste them apart Tiang had that sweetnes of Yiwu tea but for a more affordable price and Xiang has this really orchid fruity smell and...” Read full tasting note
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Made from mixed picking (big and small tree) Guafengzhai area material, this tea has a, you guessed it, predominantly sweet character. It shares many characteristics with the rou/Yiwu from this set, but with more focus on flavour, fragrance and huigan than on mouthfeel.

Sweetness is a trait that is often pointed out as a positive in puer, whether it be upfront, immediately in the mouth and throat, or the huigan (returning sweetness). There are also man distinctions and qualities of sweetness to be found in puer, including sugar, honey sweetness fruit, so picking one representative for this quality is not necessarily indicative of all categorically “sweet” puers.

This cake is made from the “tian” material of our Palate tasting set, which also includes examples of soft (rou), bitter (ku) and a fragrant (xiang) puer.

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2 Tasting Notes

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This is a great daily drinker!

If your looking for a sweet Sheng with a decent mouthfeel and inexpensive you can’t go wrong with this one.. it gives 8 good brews, which is really good for the price.

You can try it in the ‘palate’ sample pack, though it costs about a fifth of this cake, and it’s by far the best of the bunch (the Jingmai and Bulang were cute, and the 4th not so much).

I’ve bought a cake after sampling, and would buy more if I was currently looking for daily drinkers..

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Wow ive ordered the Tian and Xiang and I could definetly taste them apart
Tiang had that sweetnes of Yiwu tea but for a more affordable price and Xiang has this really orchid fruity smell and taste
Bang for Buck is really awesome on this collection
Dont sleep on this

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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