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

Origin: Thailand
Elevation: 1300 m
Fermented in: Feb 2018
Availability: In Stock
$12.00
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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 (3)

I've had two batches of this tea (fermented in '17 & '18) and they were both great!
They are indeed "soft" like the description says, but don't let it fool you- the taste is delicious and lovely!
I've had this one ('18) recently, and was there were still slight fermentation notes because of how fresh it is,
but it didn't bother me at all, as the chocolate flavor dominates for all the countless steeps.

very comforting ripe!

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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