Wild Orange Pu-erh

Tea type
Fruit Pu-erh Blend
Ingredients
Orange Peel, Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Barnyard, Bread Dough, Citrusy, Dark Wood, Earth, Evergreen, Leather, Malt, Mineral, Nutty, Orange Zest, Petrichor, Pine, Round, Smooth, Tobacco, Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Boiling

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  • “From Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco, how many moons ago. Mastress Alita’s Monthly Sipdown Challenge, April 2022 — “A Tea That Includes a Color in Its Name” The entire age-darkened and -frosted...” Read full tasting note

From The Phoenix Collection

Small leaf Pu-erh packed in wild orange, 2005

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From Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco, how many moons ago.

Mastress Alita’s Monthly Sipdown Challenge, April 2022 — “A Tea That Includes a Color in Its Name”

The entire age-darkened and -frosted 25g? orange in a teapot that I think is either 750 or 500mL, brewed for for several rounds. The tea came out such a rich color with a taste so smooth. Supposedly 17 years mature, this had rounded and deep notes that encompassed much of the range of shou pu’er flavor profiles and a strong and smooth zesty-piney aroma and taste from the aged orange vessel. Clean, not dank at all, nourishing and hearty. Also tasty drank cold.

It was perfect for a cold and blustery day earlier this week. This is one really good specimen and a reminder that I need to visit the Phoenix Collection one of these Saturdays.

#1200

Flavors: Barnyard, Bread Dough, Citrusy, Dark Wood, Earth, Evergreen, Leather, Malt, Mineral, Nutty, Orange Zest, Petrichor, Pine, Round, Smooth, Tobacco, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Preparation
Boiling
Leafhopper

Congratulations on reaching 1,200 tasting notes! If I drank 25 g of tea in a day, I don’t think I’d sleep for a week! :)

derk

Hehe, I drank 3 cold pots of this over the next 2 days. It was a lot of tea and caffeine but I couldn’t be assed to break up the orange. Also happened to be that time of the month where no matter how much caffeine I drink, my heart doesn’t palpate and my head is still in a fog.

Leafhopper

LOL, drinking it over two days sounds more reasonable. I was also picturing you having 10-12 pots of tea, which would be enough to send anyone to the stratosphere.

Martin Bednář

Congrats to 1,200! It sounds quite good and lot of tea!

mrmopar

Wow lots of notes! Congrats!

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