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Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: Autumn 2013

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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Description:

The Naka king makes its way with a robust and specific taste even in the autumn season. Very powerful tea that despite it's overwhelming strengh makes you calm and quiet. Sweetish and very pleasant aftertaste. Nicely made leaves are visible from the first sight, strong stalks and veins are apparent in this high mountain gushu pu-erh tea.


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Eternal Spring
26.02.2014 21:20:29
Eternal Spring

Autumn but still excellent NaKa 2013

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I'll start from the end. When I was examining spent tea leaves I could not any. There were just buds or top stems. So it was finally clear where the great stamina and energy came from ... ;-)

The first infusion got cloudy after a few minutes, which is the first good sign of "solid" tea.

The second infusion is much more aromatic - flowers, honey. The astringency is more pronounced, but still enjoyable. There is a feeling of dryness on the tongue with a pleasant bitterness in the mouth. After ingestion there is a return of intense sweetness back in the mouth.

Tea contains a large number of buds and has great energy. It warms the stomach and at the same time is my head buzzing like a bee hive :-) The tea has a very strong sweet aftertaste in the mouth.
After 5 cups I took a break and went for a walk with the dog. It was a nice leisurely walk.

The bitterness is nicely balanced with sweetness and astringency. You can observe a taste of herbs in later infusions.

Tea has a great endurance. You can prepare 15 delicious cups. It's a drink for the whole day. It’s very good tea.


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