Da Xue Shan Wild Pu-erh Spring 2010

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Pu Erh Tea
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  • “This tea was amazing! Sorry in advance for the choppy tasting note. I don’t remember the specifics but this tea sure did make my day. It has such a clean light flavour, that is not fruity like most...” Read full tasting note
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Tea is produced in 2010 and compressed in 400g. This wild tea requires several brewing to show off its inherent flavour profile. At first, its aroma is lightly herbaceous with woodsy flavour that reminds us of the bark of tree in the forest, subsequently it turns into the fruity flavour, like wild grape or wild apple. Its lingering flavour is absolutely fruity. The main character of this tea is its richness and deep finishing. This tea gives an overwhelming aftertaste, smooth and long-lasting flavour. Many people tried this tea and claimed that they feel very warm; their faces turn red, feel a little exhilarated, and eventually feel very sleepy. Deep in the mountains, ethnic minorities used to drink wild tea as a traditional medicine in order to maintain their healthy condition.

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This tea was amazing!

Sorry in advance for the choppy tasting note.

I don’t remember the specifics but this tea sure did make my day. It has such a clean light flavour, that is not fruity like most ripes. It’s woody, but not bitter at all, with a plum-like background note that is very clean. I notice with regular tea that the aftertaste is very acidic, making you want to rinse your mouth, but this tea left a nice sweet taste that wasn’t acidic long after I finished my session.

I read on their website that this tea has a high mineral content due to the fact that the trees grow slowly and there are not many leaves on the wild trees, and I’d totally agree, the minerality is definitely strong. It aswell brews very thick, but without the bitterness.

It brewed around 12 steeps before it significantly lost its flavour. The depth of flavour and its complexity too are hard to beat, it must be the wild leaf! The flavours here are a bit different, and more unpredictable as compared to normal plantation puer. As well, the cha qi on this is very strong, and it was very uplifting.

A very very good tea, and an intresting background to go along with it!

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