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2013 Jing Mai Stoned Pressed Ancient Tree Puerh Tea

 

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The 2013 Jing Mai Stoned Pressed Ancient Tree Puerh Tea is a true gem for tea enthusiasts seeking a rich and indulgent experience. Let me describe its flavor profile in a way that will surely entice tea drinkers:

 

With its earthy and robust character, this Puerh tea delivers a captivating flavor journey. As you take your first sip, you'll be enveloped in a warm and comforting embrace, much like the embrace of a sunlit forest. The tea greets your palate with a deep, smooth, and slightly woody undertone, reminiscent of moss-covered trees and damp earth.

 

The flavor profile then unfolds with a delightful interplay of sweet and spicy notes. A subtle hint of caramel emerges, adding a touch of decadence to the tea's natural earthiness. This gentle sweetness harmonizes perfectly with a delicate touch of spice, evoking images of exotic spices wafting through the air.

 

As the tea further reveals its complexity, you'll discover a subtle undertone of dried fruits, such as figs and dates. These fruity notes provide a soft and luscious dimension to the overall flavor experience, balancing the earthiness with a touch of natural sweetness.

 

The stoned pressing process, which involves compressing the tea leaves, has allowed the flavors to meld and deepen over time. This aging process has lent a velvety smoothness to the tea, enhancing its complexity and creating a rounded and well-balanced cup.

2013 Jing Mai Stoned Pressed Ancient Tree Puerh Tea

SKU: ptrac200
$13.00 Regular Price
$9.75Sale Price
  • Origin: Jing Mai , Yunnan

     

    Date of Pick: 2013 Spring

     

    Elevation : 1600m

     

    Bud to Leaf Ratio: 1 bud : 1 / 2 leaf

     

    Taste: The flavor profile then unfolds with a delightful interplay of sweet and spicy notes. A subtle hint of caramel emerges, adding a touch of decadence to the tea's natural earthiness. This gentle sweetness harmonizes perfectly with a delicate touch of spice, evoking images of exotic spices wafting through the air.

     

    Net Weight : 200g

     

    Tea Bush : Grade 1 large-leaf tea bush species (160 years old)

     

    Caffeine: Medium caffeine (less than 20% of a cup of coffee)