Pu Er 2011 Yibang Malishu

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From Camellia Sinensis

This is another cake signed by Camellia Sinensis. It consists of a harmonious mixture of buds and leaves harvested from trees a hundred and fifty years old (small leaf variety) from the terroir of Yibang. The dampened leaves release herbal (bark) and musky (leather, medicinal incense) aromas, and the liquor in the mouth is vibrant and sustained by a gentle astringency. Fruity notes are complemented by a finish with floral accents.

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Drank this one Western style at work, and honestly I wasn’t paying attention to it AT ALL. I was so busy doing deep clean tasks, and helping customers and the before I knew it I had thoughtlessly sipped the whole mug down without making note of just about anything…

I mean, I did observe at little bit with my very first few sips but not a lot. Just that overall this was surprisingly smooth and silky bodied, which to me made very little sense given the company’s description of the tea. I also recall lots of top note sweetness. It made me think of nectarines which is also weird when you look at the tea description…

I don’t even know.

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