2018 "TEASIDE 0302" Ripe Pu-erh Tea, loose

Origin: Thailand
Elevation: 1300 m
Fermented in: Feb 2018
Availability: In Stock
Reward Points on purchase: 4 Details

This shou is made of 2010 mao cha from Thai 200-300-year-old trees.

The current batch is fermented in February 2018.

Ripe pu-erh made of aged material turns out to be soft. In the taste are sweet woody-nutty flavors complemented by fruit and lotus root notes. With aging, the woodiness is shifting to the barrel whiskey taste.

See also raw pu-erh tea 2010 "Dreaming Bird" made from the same material.

Reviews (2)

7 g per 130 ml, Zi Ni teapot.
It smells with beetroot and wood in the warmed-up teapot, like some old Shu.
The taste is sweet-woody, light. The infusion is dark but transparent.
Collects your thoughts and concentrates, the mood is very pleasant. Sincere tea for the good company.
There is not enough "fat content", density. I think it will get it with years.
But in general, it turned out an interesting product, full and high-quality made, I believe. Some of this tea should be kept at home in order to diversify the typical palette of Yunnan Shu puers.

I got 15 grams of this shou pu-erh as a free sample with my last order. Pleasant enveloping taste with walnut-woody-bready tones and creamy aftertaste. Soft, easy-to-drink. After work in the evening went really well. :)

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