No.4 – Yiwu

Yiwu puerh is the first classic terroir taste that I recognise & have grown to love. There is something about the slightly rounded vegetal-ness that, along with the bitter, provide me with later-stage steeps that I enjoy quite a lot, in the Yiwu puerh I have tried so far. & this one is exactly the same.

Part of me is biased into thinking these are ‘basic’ in taste, but they are small cakes & I like how these teas fully center on certain characteristics, & I am going to enjoy drinking these blind till I can pick out these nuances better.

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Basically loads of Fenghuang, jade oolong & sheng puerh.

90+ is godly

80-90 is something i would buy again.

60-80 ok, but probably more bland or basic in their flavour.

0-60 something tastes wrong with this one.

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