Tea Terroir Raw Puer Sample Set

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  • “Have finally finished off the highly compressed yiwu disc from this set. Am no longer concerned about the dust because I am now resigned to replacing my filter every 3 to 6 months depending on...” Read full tasting note
  • “No.4 – Yiwu Yiwu puerh is the first classic terroir taste that I recognise & have grown to love. There is something about the slightly rounded vegetal-ness that, along with the bitter, provide...” Read full tasting note
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Tea Terroir is a tasting set that explores the differences between regions in Yunnan. The entire set is raw Puer tea, processed in nearly identical fashion. However, each region has specific environmental factors that affect the terroir of the tea, such as soil, weather, and altitude. While each cake is an introduction to the region, keep in mind that each region also has vast variations. For example, Menghai area teas have literally thousands of variations, of which this tasting set can only represent a very quick glimpse.

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Have finally finished off the highly compressed yiwu disc from this set. Am no longer concerned about the dust because I am now resigned to replacing my filter every 3 to 6 months depending on volume of tea drunk. Really just glad to get any tea sessions in these days.

Song pairing: if we have each other – alec benjamin

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No.4 – Yiwu

Yiwu puerh is the first classic terroir taste that I recognise & have grown to love. There is something about the slightly rounded vegetal-ness that, along with the bitter, provide me with later-stage steeps that I enjoy quite a lot, in the Yiwu puerh I have tried so far. & this one is exactly the same.

Part of me is biased into thinking these are ‘basic’ in taste, but they are small cakes & I like how these teas fully center on certain characteristics, & I am going to enjoy drinking these blind till I can pick out these nuances better.

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