Tasting Notes for March's Pu Er Tea Club


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Long Pa Newphew, You Le
2014
Ge Deng 2015
Zhu Lin 2015 Bu Lang Shan 2011
Dong Nong 2015 Dong Nong 2014
Wu Liang 2008 Wu Liang Single Tree 2015
Shou Pu 2015 Shou Pu (Tuo) 2010

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You Le, 2014:
You Le is one of the Ancient Pu Er Mountains located East side of the Lin Cang River. It is Calming and sweet with a hint of walnuts

Zhu Lin 2015:
Zhu Lin is a village in Nan Nuo Shan, a mountain located in the Meng Hai region. This tea is a little woodsy, has a soft fruity note, and finishes with a bit of bitterness.

Wu Liang 2008:
Wu Liang is from the Jing Dao area. Pu Ers from Wu Liang Shan are known for their subtle flavors. Our has a soft fruity bitterness and a light body.

Dong Nong 2015:
From the Lin Cang region. It is light and bright, vegetal, with a lot of natural sweetness.

Shou Pu 2010:
Shou Pu is catheterized as a black tea. This tea will have a dark liquid with a bold earthy flavor, but still maintaining a soft sweetness.

 

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Ge Deng 2015:
Ge Deng is one of the Six Ancient Mountains from the East side of the Lin Cang river. It has a perfect balance of bitter and sweet with permeating mouthfeel that you feel directly in the back of the throat.

Bu Lang Shan 2011:
From the Menghai region, Bu Lang Shan is strong and astringent with a bitter start, a sweet finish complimented by notes of citrus.

Dong Nong 2014:
From the Lin Cang region. It is light and bright, vegetal, with a lot of natural sweetness.

Wu Liang Single Tree 2015:
Wu Liang is from the Jing Dao area. This one comes from a tree that is close to 700 years old.It has a soft fruity bitterness and a light body and a very complex finish.

Shou Pu 2010:
Shou Pu is categorized as a black tea. Despite the dark and scary looking color of this tea, Shou Pu has a full earthy body but is very smooth and mellow.