Wu Liang Raw Puerh

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Pu Erh Tea
Apple, Apricot, Bitter, Drying, Fruity, Grass, Lemongrass, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Kosher, Vegan
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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Also known as: 无量山生普洱茶

Low Caffeine, High Cha Qi

Altitude: 1,200 m | ~3,940 ft
Fermentation: Post-fermentation
Origin: Yunnan province, China

This light rose-gold elixir first tickles your nose with soft, sweet cherry aromas.
Upon the first sip you’ll notice a bright texture yielding a slight pucker on the center of your tongue.
Flavor notes of young sweet cherries, roses, witch hazel and woods dance throughout the steepings.
This lovely tea finishes a little dry around the gums with a sweet, long linger.

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This is tea sold as loose maocha, and it carries a sweet and fruity aroma. To me, it smells exactly like first flush darjeeling with undertones of apricot. I warmed my shibo and placed a bit inside. The warmed tea gives off sweet grass scents with some pineapple and brown sugar. I washed the leaves once and prepped for brewing. The brew begins with sweet tones with a tad bit of sourness. The brew is thin, but it carries some and pear and green apple tones. This brew has the familiar wuliang lemongrass aftertaste. The leaves are not the best quality, for I can spot several “hongcha lookin” leaves that were waaaay over cooked and oxidized. In conclusion, this is a tea to throw in the pot and really not care too much about; However, at .26 cents a gram I think that’s a bit too for an IDGAF tea.


Flavors: Apple, Apricot, Bitter, Drying, Fruity, Grass, Lemongrass, Sweet

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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