Yiwu Wild Puerh Cake 2010

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Yiwu moutain is the biggest mountain among the famous 6 mountains in Yunnan. The region grows a great amount of old tea trees.This puerh cake uses spring tea leaves from Yiwu and is shaped in traditional way. The soup is already friendly and rich of sensation

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Just when I think I have ‘gotten’ what pu-erh is all about there is that ONE that surprises me – like this one! This, to me, really doesn’t taste like your run-of-the-mill Pu-erh! That’s fine by me! This is sweet and almost fruity! I really like it! It’s a nice surprise! Very Nice…

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This is nice. Not a strong earthy aroma or flavor, although there are notes of earthiness to it. It has a pleasant background of spice and a lightness to it that I do not usually experience with Puerh. I can almost taste the “wild” to this cup. It’s quite different, but I am enjoying it.

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Alas, just when I think I’m grown up enough to handle straight teas, something comes along that’s like “you are a n00b.”

I’m not going to leave a numerical rating for this one. I don’t have the palate to accurately judge it yet.

It’s like when you’re a kid and you take a sip of beer and you’re like “THIS IS HEINOUS I WILL ALWAYS HATE THIS.” But when you’re older, you try a few and figure out that maybe you like stouts, or IPAs, or wheats, or Oktoberfest ales. Or maybe you will hate beer forever (my husband does).

If I still have this around in a year or two, I will have to give it another go.


Puerh is usually the final frontier for many. It was for me. First time I tried a ripe puerh I was like, Nope.



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