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YiWu 2012 autumn

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YiWu 2012 autumn

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: 2012 - autumn

Producer: PU-ERH.sk

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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Description:

pressed by stone mold into 250 grams cakes, autumn maocha

Massive sweetishness in the back of the mouth, already like in throat, fruity tones, buttery-biscuit like texture. The exact whereabouts of this tea garden is not known even to my 'buyer' friend in Jinghong


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sypalino
25.11.2013 14:41:39

Autumn YiWu from PU-ERH.sk

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All PU-ERH.sk teas I had a chance to taste were very good or almost excellent and this autumn YiWu is no exception.
Dry leave looks very promising; smell very intensively, sweet, fruity. I am placing 5g of tea into the tea pot and rinsing leaves for about 5s. Leaves started to smell after fruity–honey perfume. First brew about 20s. The taste is typical for YiWu teas, sweet, fruity with just a small astringency and bitterness – very pleasant taste. Tea is gradually gaining taste with further infusions and I am enjoying nice aroma of wet leaves from my yixing tea pot.
The tea has very good endurance, I was able to prepare 9 brews and even the last was good enough. It has also very pleasant energy, it worms up body after a cold day. It also has this calming energy.
Even though it is an autumn harvest tea I personally think it’s quite above the average.

yixing tea pot, 100 ml/5g
rinse 5s - 20/10/20/25/30/40/50/60/90


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