“I love the aroma of this wet leaf! It has a tangy fruity apricot or plum smell, & it also smells kind of like beer, well, more like Hops really. The tea is a lovely brew, very smooth &...” Read full tasting note
“sipdown on this one! I’ve been drinking it most of the morning. this is a smooth tasting puerh that is slightly hoppy but mostly just really tasty haha. It reminds me a little of the puerh from...” Read full tasting note
“DANG THIS PU’ER IS THA BOMB! Over 13 infusions I got No smokeyness, no dryness. Great flavor notes of earthy enoki mushroom, rock sugar, creamy, apricot, green bean, buttery corn, mineral, and...” Read full tasting note
Qiu Yun (秋韵) means “Song of Autumn”
Late autumn harvest tea from wild arbor tea trees (between 60 and 80 year old) growing in the area of Yi Bi village of Yi Wu county.
Entirely no spray tea from one family’s tea garden. Hand-processed from start to finish, but without any smokiness!
Classic Yi Wu taste, thick and full in the mouth. Sweet after-taste with some grass and mushroom notes.
250 grams per cake (7 cakes per bamboo tong)
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