2012 Nan Jian 907 Ripe Pu-erh tea cake * Certified Organic

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Pu-erh Tea
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Organic
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  • “A tasty, creamy, sweet ripe. It has a typical savory-sweetness like cream of wheat, but there are substantial cream ale and vanilla bourbon cask notes that set this apart from other ripes. Very...” Read full tasting note
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This 907 cake is a blend of Certified Organic ripe pu-erh tea, harvested in the Wu Liang mountains of Simao. Nan Jian tea factory is based in Nan Jian township just north of the Wu Liang mountains and uses certified organic tea leaves from the region to compose their raw and ripe tea cakes.

An average of grade 7 tea leaves this might be considered Nan Jian’s 7572 ripe cake. Compression is medium, not super tight, much of the new ripe flavor is gone, leaving a woody, camphor and sweet tasting ripe pu-erh that is as enjoyable as it is affordable!

Certified Organic by OFDC China

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A tasty, creamy, sweet ripe. It has a typical savory-sweetness like cream of wheat, but there are substantial cream ale and vanilla bourbon cask notes that set this apart from other ripes. Very creamy and sweet – it has improved with a little age.

Unfortunately, this is no longer available on either YS site. However, I think this shows that you don’t have to break the bank to get really tasty stuff. Thanks to Scott for sourcing good product and offering it at incredible prices.
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Dry leaf – vanilla, cream ale, bourbon cask

Smell – cream of wheat, cocoa, creamy woodiness, vanilla, bourbon cask

Taste – cream of wheat, bourbon cask, macademia nut, vanilla, cream ale, some creamy woodiness in finish; aftertaste is cream, vanilla, bourbon cask

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