1990 Wild Tuo Cha Pu-erh Cake .Jing Tea

February 18, 2007 at 11:29 pm | Posted in Pu-Erh, Shu (cooked), Tea Reviews | Leave a comment

Jing Tea sample.

Info: from Yunnan, made form leaves picked from uncultivated wild trees.
description: “Outstanding autumn forest, sweet, syrupy mouth feel.

1st infusion: a bit confusing, i think nutty, some woody? old books, mild sweetness.

3-4th infusion: mild sweetness, old books, tree bark yes thats it!, not so much woody as others i’ve tasted, no medicinal taste,
aftertaste: a mild sweetness i think tiny nutty as well that keeps me licking my palate.

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