2014 Jing Mai Shan Raw Puer

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “This is one of the oldest teas in my cupboard (in terms of when I bought it, not the year). Looks like I never left a review on it either! It was pretty good. Two quick rinses and then 1st brew...” Read full tasting note
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Jingmai is in the extreme Southwest of Yunnan Province and home to some of the most famous stands of old wild pu’er. This cake is characteristic Jingmai – on the delicate side, and with an alluring dark sweetness. We broke out the aroma cups and noticed some molasses and graham cracker action, as opposed to the straight honey or floral impression of other cakes. This tea can satisfy those looking for a potent cup with a bit of astringency, but it has to be pushed with longer infusion times. It’s probably not going toe-to-toe with bold cakes that are just getting warmed up on the tenth infusion but it’s generous enough, very tasty, and quite the value at 357 grams (12.5 ounces).

The leaves were collected by a single family from trees 60 years and older in a small grove behind their home. They are growing naturally in a mixed cultivated/wild environment.


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Jingmai is in the extreme Southwest of Yunnan Province and home to some of the most famous stands of old wild pu’er. This cake is characteristic Jingmai – on the delicate side, and with an alluring dark sweetness. We broke out the aroma cups and noticed some molasses and graham cracker action, as opposed to the straight honey or floral impression of other cakes. This tea can satisfy those looking for a potent cup with a bit of astringency, but it has to be pushed with longer infusion times. It’s probably not going toe-to-toe with bold cakes that are just getting warmed up on the tenth infusion but it’s generous enough, very tasty, and quite the value at 357 grams (12.5 ounces).

The leaves were collected by a single family from trees 60 years and older in a small grove behind their home. They are growing naturally in a mixed cultivated/wild environment.


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This is one of the oldest teas in my cupboard (in terms of when I bought it, not the year).
Looks like I never left a review on it either!

It was pretty good. Two quick rinses and then 1st brew was fruity, no bitterness. 2nd infusion was the best. Really creamy on that one along with the fruitiness. Then the creaminess fell off pretty quick and it was just fruity. Not bad but it doesn’t last many infusions. I am quite happy with that since I can never go more than 6 infusions anyway.

Flavors: Creamy, Fruity

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