1990s Royal Cooked Puerh (1990s Jun Shu Puerh)

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Pine, Thyme, Wood
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Boiling 1 min, 0 sec 10 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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An extremely rare and beautifully aged loose leaf cooked puerh from the 1990s.

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I’m drinking more and more from this tea. its just so good, its soft creamy earth like in taste… Like i said in my first note its a very good tea. Probably going to drink this a lot in the future!

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Luxurious! Really very good Loose Shou from the good people at Jing. I used 10g sample in 100ml Gaiwan, 1 rinse. Steeps: 20, 20, 30, 35, 45, 75, 100, 150, 210 sec.
This nicely aged Shou certainly didn’t have any suggestion of fermentation notes but was mellow, with the flavours building through the steeps, and later very refreshing. Not heavy at all. Initially lovely Pine wood and sweetness, also a certain juiciness about the mouthfeel. Thyme aromatics lingered on 2nd steep, by 3rd steep felt more earthy, like Beetroot. Sweetness consistent up til ~8th steep, where started to fade. Best Shou I’ve tried- better than YS CNNP 1999, and at £6/ 50g, affordable for everyday luxury!

Flavors: Pine, Thyme, Wood

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 10 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

Beetroot :)


Heck yeah! Say it like it is :-)


’tis a flavour I first noticed in 90s raw Hong Kong style from white2tea. Glad to see it in use :)

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A very mellow and earthy puerh. I ordered a sample which has lasted me about a week. Perhaps the best puerh I’ve had.

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