GǔShù GéDēng

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Earth, Nutty
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80 oz / 2365 ml

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  • “This tea is huge! A while back (before I started this habit of reviewing tea online) I ordered a bunch of 2016 samples and Peter kindly included a ton of samples of 2017 gushu. I believe there was...” Read full tasting note
  • “Long-lasting and strong bitterness with a earthy-nutty tone and characterisitcs of wild tea. Strong Qi! Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2016-gedeng-prsk” Read full tasting note
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Name: GǔShù GéDēng
Year: 2016 first spring plucking
Weight: 250 grams
Country of origin: Yunnan, China

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Penetrating bitterness, very old tea tree character, earthy, wild notes, a long runner.

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This tea is huge! A while back (before I started this habit of reviewing tea online) I ordered a bunch of 2016 samples and Peter kindly included a ton of samples of 2017 gushu. I believe there was ManNuo, LaoManE, BangPen, Naka and a few others. All of these teas are beautifully processed and have outstanding material. In fact unless tasted side by side , I had trouble telling many of them apart. They have a great consistency. The GeDeng is the one tea of this bunch that knocked me out and the one I purchased a cake of (although I considered the Naka as well). Glad I did as it appears to already be gone. This tea has a big bold herbal kick and smooth bitterness and a nice oily texture. There is a wild, woodsy flavor follows by mild stone fruit and spice. The qi is bold, euphoric and energizing. Just the thing to drink before a long hike or paddling excursion.

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Long-lasting and strong bitterness with a earthy-nutty tone and characterisitcs of wild tea. Strong Qi!
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2016-gedeng-prsk

Flavors: Bitter, Earth, Nutty

Preparation
8 tsp 80 OZ / 2365 ML

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