2017 Xiaguan Yunnan Tuocha

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Classic shu puer tuocha from Xiaguan tea company. As most of the ripes from that area of production , also this one prefers lighter infusions to achieve sweet tea soup with hint of caramel and dark chocolate and touch of smokiness. Harder steepings might bring up some sour notes as typical for Lincang or Baoshan areas. Dry walnuts notes from brewed leaves revealing clean fermentation and storage.

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TypeShu Puerh
Tuo Cha100g
OriginWu Liang Shan
Tea MaterialBush tea ( Tai Di Cha )
Year2017
Tea FactoryXia Guan
StorageKunming

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Xia Guan Tuo Cha ,also named Yunnan Tuo Cha that is origin from Ming Dynasty. It is one of compressed forms of Pu Er Tea, usually it`s smaller than pu-erh tea cake,that is easily to carry to anywhere,therefore it had been popular during the Ancient

 Tea Route. Xiaguan Tuo Cha is known as long history with high quality tea,typical Xiaguan Pu-erh ripe tea with nicely smoky flavor. 

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Please note that review from 09/15/2017 is for 2016 version of this tuo. We left it here because 2017 characteristics are pretty close. Thanks for understanding.

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09/15/2017

Perfect daily drinker

The Xiao Fa Tuo is a trademark classic ripe pu'erh from the Xiaguan factory. This tea has a perfect blend of ripe earthiness and mouth feel. The fermentation flavor is of course still noticeable in such a young tea but not at all offensive. This is a hard compressed tuo that is typical for good factory ripe: reliable, very easy to drink with enough complexity to be interesting. Recommended as a daily drinker and as an introductory tea for inexperienced ripe drinkers. Also, the round cardboard box is very nice if you choose to get it.

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2017 Xiaguan Yunnan Tuocha

2017 Xiaguan Yunnan Tuocha

Classic shu puer tuocha from Xiaguan tea company. As most of the ripes from that area of production , also this one prefers lighter infusions to achieve sweet tea soup with hint of caramel and dark chocolate and touch of smokiness. Harder steepings might bring up some sour notes as typical for Lincang or Baoshan areas. Dry walnuts notes from brewed leaves revealing clean fermentation and storage.

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