2007 Xiaguan Green Pu-erh Tuocha

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  • “Here is to a wonderful Saturday night :) https://instagram.com/p/6_OGh5RYF_/ This tea had me feeling great by steep 6, however… I’m not sure what happen but the tea became more bitter as I went on....” Read full tasting note

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Chinese Pu-erh Tea is well-known for its medicinal qualities. Pu-erh tea named after the origin belongs to Yunnan Pu’er Prefecture (now Pu’er City). Unlike other teas, Pu-erh’s quality and taste improves with age.

This pu-erh green Tuocha is 6 years old, produced from a strain of ancient native Yunnan Da-yeh tea tree used for balance of health. This tea tree grows along the Lancang (Mekong) River and mountains. The tea tree has a longer lifespan, earlier and stronger buds, hat shoots, thick and soft leaves. and it tests strong, sweet and smooth.

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Here is to a wonderful Saturday night :)
https://instagram.com/p/6_OGh5RYF_/

This tea had me feeling great by steep 6, however… I’m not sure what happen but the tea became more bitter as I went on. Normally the opposite happens so I’m not exactly sure what the heck happened. I ended up going to 3-5s steeps but even that didn’t help. Regardless, I drank quite a bit and it was a great time!

Side note… Liquid Proust Teas actually had a fantastic week so I decided to re-up on the DianHong and convince myself to just go HARD and purchase the pu’erh that I deemed quality enough to use for the Pu’erh Candy Bar blend coming up!

Back to sheng: I really want to find something like Mandela’s Wild Monk… that tea floored me hard. Searching is actually quite fun, I would have never thought shengs to have different variants beyond tree locations. Tea just keeps becoming more interesting :)

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