2011 Taochaoju Yiwu Guyun

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 oz / 140 ml

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This Taochaju Yiwu raw puer tea was pressed in 2011 with a blend of old arbor material from the Yiwu mountain region. The material used was a combination of 3 years of production, from 2009-2011. Despite being listed as a 2011 tea, its material varies in age, and it is more mature than the other 2011 Taochaju Guyun productions.

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It’s funny how different this sheng is from the one I drank yesterday. So mellow and smooth and sweet. I am enjoying it!

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Yiwu, one of the 6 ancient tea mountains, remains a sought after source of Puerh teas. Subtleties and generally soft flavors are what Yiwu unfermented teas are known for which is one of the reasons it is known as the ‘Queen’ of Puerhs and this tea delivers on that promise. This tea is very mellow with a smooth texture. Clear golden honey colored tea liquor. Sip at first is woodsy but becomes vegetal, sweet and a little creamy very quickly. Cooling with a dry coating around the mouth. The slightest bit of a very pleasant astringency. By the 4th steep, this is a very light apricot fruity tea – delicious! Still fairly young but offers a mellow taste experience with exceptional potential as it ages.

Boiling 5 g 4 OZ / 125 ML

This is a great Yiwu in my opinion.


Yes it is!

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Warning, Sheng Yiwu snob alert. Another EXCELLENT Sheng Yiwu from Paul at White 2 Tea. Unlike the 2007 Taochaju Yiwu, this Sheng is pressed from old arbor material harvested in 2009, 2010 and 2011. This tea is every bit as good as the 2007 Taochaju Yiwu yet, despite being younger, it is even more mellow. Well worth the money!!!!

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 tsp 5 OZ / 147 ML

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