2014 Wu Liang "Sweet and Thick" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake
This is a 2014 production made from Wu Liang Mountain area tea leaves wet-piled in a Jinghong (Xishuangbanna) tea factory and then aged in Jinghong until 2020, and then Kunming thereafter.
The Chinese name for this tea is 甘厚, which means "Sweet and Thick". It's definitely an sweet and easy-going ripe with no wet pile taste and a sweet and thick taste with notes of wood and earth.
If you are looking for an aged and ready to drink ripe that doesn't break the bank, this is surely a good choice! Just good shou!
357 Grams per cake
Pressed in 2014
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