2009 Jinuoshan TF Tai Yang Gu Raw Puerh Cake

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Flowers, Honey
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 80 oz / 2365 ml

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  • “Nice puerh. It is soft and honeyish and the brew is nicely thick. Well-rounded with not a lot of ‘younger’ stuff going on. I feel I personally would like it to have more of the ‘aged’ pu-erh aromas...” Read full tasting note

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Youle is one of Six Famous Tea Mountains in Xishuanbanna. This cake is made of spring Youle sun-dried arbor tea garden material. The maocha comes from traditional old place and has been traditionally and primitively processed by the Jinuo minority and carefully stone pressed into this nice raw puerh cake.
The tea keep all of the original heavy fragrance of a flower.Honey golden color tea soup, thick and full-mouth rounded taste , sweet and mellow with fast huigan.

357g per cake, 7 cakes in bamboo tong, 42 cakes in bamboo box

Manufacturer : Jinuoshan Tea Factory

Production date : 2009

Weight : 357g

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Nice puerh. It is soft and honeyish and the brew is nicely thick. Well-rounded with not a lot of ‘younger’ stuff going on. I feel I personally would like it to have more of the ‘aged’ pu-erh aromas for complexity and body. Maybe it needs a few more years? Or perhaps this puerh is just more on the high and flowery side.

Right now I like it best when brewed pretty strong. Then it exhibits a very interesting and challenging bitterness and astringency, which builds up within every sip just almost to the point of becoming too much, only to suddenly develop into a nice sweetness after that. Interestingly, most of the flavor comes of this tea comes after swallowing.

Flavors: Flowers, Honey

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 tsp 80 OZ / 2365 ML

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