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2017 Spring ‘Gao Shan’ Da Shu Raw Pu Erh Mao Cha Of Yiwu

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)


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Old tree. A deep, clean and sweet Yiwu Raw. very infusable.

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Mao Cha Raw Puerh (loose leaf). Is generally hard to find for a few reasons. Chief among which is that Mao Cha is a complete arse to cart around the world compared to compressed cakes! I personally prefer to brew up Mao Cha as all the leafs are kept fully in tact. Gao Shan is an area of Yiwu that is enjoyed by tea drinkers for offering a deep, clean Yiwu experience that won’t hit you in the pocket so hard as other areas. I was very impressed with this Mao Cha as it’s classic Yiwu sweetness is very apparent, very infusable and to my astonishment after the sweetness subsided it returned a few steepings later! Da Shu (old tree) material taken from trees of between 60-80 years of age.

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Reviews (3)

2 reviews for 2017 Spring ‘Gao Shan’ Da Shu Raw Pu Erh Mao Cha Of Yiwu

  1. Jan
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I’m drinking this mao cha right now. Dry leaves smell really sweet, dry fruits like sweetness. It’s pretty active in your mouth, especially in the back of your mouth. It is pretty smooth and being fresh I’m getting for me typical dry apricots flavor in the back. The sweetness is just there everywhere. I drink sheng every day but this mao cha really kicks your body. Wakes you up in very pleasant way. I feel rush of energy but peace in the same time. I would love to see this press into a cake and see how it age. One of the best mao cha I’ve tried in a long time. Thanks.

    • admin


      Great to hear! I’ll look into potential cake production.

  2. Martin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This one starts off with aniseed, cloves, and cinnamon…a banquet of spice. The sweetness is far more pronounced a few brews in. Quite an uplifting tea, which I suspect would be pretty easy to drink regularly without getting tired of (or overwhelmed by!).

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