CNNP Yellow Mark 2003

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5 Tasting Notes View all

“Yesterday was my One year Steepster anniversary and I am almost up to 1000 tasting notes, egads! I haven’t been drinking a lot of pu-erh lately but today it’s raining so I thought this afternoon...” Read full tasting note
“Thank you mrmopar for this sample tea! I gave this pu-erh a real good tasting at several steep times. Shorter at first as I usually do (30 seconds), then increasing to a minute and longer still...” Read full tasting note
“A wonderful Daily Drinker Pu’er in my book! I enjoy it quite much. Full review will be on on the 31st but here are my snippits: This tea has a lovely earthiness to it...” Read full tasting note
“Sometimes I realized I’ve almost finished off a tea without posting a tasting note. This is one of those! I think that must mean I like it, but don’t have much to say about it. This pu doesn’t...” Read full tasting note


I love this tea. Spring of 2003 CNNP Yellow Mark ripe pu’er. Brew this up in your gaiwan or favorite yixing pot and enjoy a creamy, earthy and well-aged tea. We first had this in Kunming, China in autumn of 2008 and fell in love with it, buying all we could get. Since then, it has been stored (as all of our pu’er teas) in our climate and humidity controlled vault and we have tasted some nice changes since then.

The selfish part of me wants to keep it all for myself, but this is a tea that needs to be enjoyed by as many people as I can get it out to! If you are a lover of well-kept (never wet-stored) ripe tea, this is a heavy hitter… a must try. I am drinking some right now!

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