Pu Er 2007 Yiwu Jing Long

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  • “This is a wonderful, delicate pu-erh suitable for the pu-erh novice. It has a lovely, lightly earthy aroma, with hints of the forest and the sea, that I’ve found to be quite intoxicating. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m on a big Yiwu kick right now – so last weekend I picked up a couple different offerings from CS. It’s very nice being able to get and smell the teas in person, really helped me gauge which ones...” Read full tasting note
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Spring harvest tea from the treelike tea bushes growing on the slopes of Yiwu Mountain. The relatively large leaves are gently compressed to preserve quality. The vegetal character of the liquor has no trace of smokiness and is lightly sweet and tart with aromatic notes of cedar, yellow peaches, and green cardamom. This tea stands to gain much in aging but is already a treat to savour.

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This is a wonderful, delicate pu-erh suitable for the pu-erh novice. It has a lovely, lightly earthy aroma, with hints of the forest and the sea, that I’ve found to be quite intoxicating. The flavor is smooth and light. There’s a touch of sweetness as well. I’m definitely interested in trying some stronger pu-erhs someday, but this is a nice one suitable for drinking any time.

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I’m on a big Yiwu kick right now – so last weekend I picked up a couple different offerings from CS. It’s very nice being able to get and smell the teas in person, really helped me gauge which ones I wanted to try the most of their current offerings…

This was very pleasant, but unexpected in a lot of ways. Here’s what I wrote about it on instagram, since I think I did a great job of conveying my thoughts into words in my posting there:

“Really, realllllyyy interesting tea! It took a very long time for the flavours to build up but they were super lovely. A silky, soft mouthfeel w/ notes of vanilla bean, delicate and sweet apricot (not a dense, syrupy/overripe stonefruit note), and mellow + creamy trace of marshmallow leaf. A sweet, cooling/camphorous finish – very clean and crisp. It’s sort of jarring seeing the deeper amber liquor from the insusions, but getting such a soft, silky and delicate flavour profile. I’m not one to experience “tea drunkenness” too heavily or frequently, but about halfway through the session I found myself with the warm, cozy body feeling of being slightly buzzed – and it wasn’t just the heat of the apartment! I love forward to drinking the rest of the sample.

So yeah, it was a good tea! Any time I get a natural vanilla note in a tea is a good day, honestly. But also, I’ve never really experienced marshmallow leaf as a note in other teas before, so that was a super unique thing that jumped out to me!

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Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4Gc04OX4PU

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