The stone and milk aroma that appears in the heated leaf of this Shu is present in the taste too. This is not uncommon for Puerhs made out of good quality buds. The taste is dense with rich mushroomy and woody notes. The aftertaste is light with a pleasant tartness that transitions into nuttiness.
A great Shu Puerh for those who like their Shu intense. It doesn’t get boring and it’s a great option both for the everyday or for sitting down to a tea session with friends.
Tea Joint definitely recommends trying this Puerh!
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5g.|