2006 Hong Tai Chang Ripe Pu-erh Tea, loose

Origin: Thailand
Elevation: 1300 m
Fermented in: 2006
Availability: In Stock
$17.00
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Aged 2006 loose leaf Ripe Pu-erh tea of Hong Tai Chang brand. Ancient tea trees 200-500 years old. The province of Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand, 1300 meters above sea level.

Dry tea flavor is composed of nuts, bark, sweet wood, delicate scent of dried fruit.

Neat leaves. The tea brews into a dense, opaque infusion.

The taste is soft and smooth. Dominated by nuts, chocolate, bark and milky tones. Pleasant aftertaste with a light wood astringency. Even tough brewing can do nothing with the softness of this Shou (ripe pu-erh).

Perfectly goes with confectionery, milk and mint.

This tea has a light calming effect.

Reviews (4)

like other reviewers wrote- this is maybe the softest ripe I've had, but at the same time had a complex taste, good body, many steeps, calming qi.. as you'd expect from old tree material

this makes this tea unique and worth a try,
though for me it is perhaps too soft.. but maybe it'll grow on me

From the opened package there was a smell ... of nothing. Well, that is, almost nothing, because the chocolate wrapper flavor is still present, albeit in the distance. Once the steamed leaves woke up, it smelled of old chest, bark and autumn leaves, in the distance - either with milk or cream.

I would call the taste strict, even too strict, and even the solidity of the old tea is present, I could not decompose the taste into components. I tried to boil it, the tea became more interesting, density and sweetness appeared, calm dried fruit was added. This Shu adjusts you to a calm pacifying wave, slightly slowing down the time passing by.

Good Shu from interesting raw material.

One of the softest shu that I have ever tasted, I really liked the taste - cream, baked milk, walnut, sweet velvety aftertaste. And at the same time, the effects seemed to be quite powerful. I couldn't even fall asleep for a while, although I drank tea 3 hours before sleep, in such cases I usually fall asleep without any problems. I will try to drink it in the morning. Very dense leaf, even in the "tea bottom" retains this density.

I liked it. I tried Thai shu for the first time, it was interesting. Soft, good, clean. No dust, though the tea is old. I can recommend.

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