Tee Kontor Kiel’s Yiwu Gushu Sheng 2008 is a true gem. It’s the perfect amount of sweet and fruit with a long-lasting aftertaste.
The 2018 Mahei Owl is my favourite sheng puerh. It offers a combination of sweet honey, golden raisins and some citrus and tannic notes. It’s just right!
The TdC 2015 Hekai is one of my favourite puerh teas right now. It has some tonic notes, but is mainly dominated by sweet and exotic fruits.
After one year, the 2019 Green Hype has changed quite a bit. It starts out sweet with a citrus touch and changes into a more bitter brew towards the end.
The 2013 Bingdao Gushu sheng puerh from Nannuoshan is a subtle tea that offers a pleasant fruitiness. It’s the perfect tea to calm down after a long day.
Terre de Ciel’s 2011 Kunlu Shan has smokey and incense notes to it, but you can also feel some traces of a sweet fruitiness.
The TdC NAKA 2012 is a sheng puerh that has potential for future ageing. It starts out fresh and vegetal, but changes into a sweet and fruity brew.
ANMO’s 2010 Yiwu Ancient Trail is a remarkable sheng puerh. It makes you feel energised while being very calm and composed.
The Essence of Tea’s 2019 Spring Singularity Gushu is a real treasure. An initial punch that is just right changes into a subtle and sweet fruitiness.
Brewing White2tea’s If You’re Reading This was a challenging experience. It offered sweet and floral notes and had more bitter flavours in the middle.
The 2019 Tea Encounter Gua Feng Zhai is a complex tea that is perfect for a hot day in Spring. You get a fruity sweetness with the freshness of green pears.
Tea Encounter’s 2013 Fangmingyuan Nannuo started out with dominant tobacco flavours and changed into a really sweet brew with a bite in the finish.
Tea Encounter’s 2015 Nannuo Duo Yi Zhai is an interesting and fun tea to drink. It is a journey into the unknown that offers a subtle sweetness and tobacco.
Pu-erh.sk’s GuShu HeKai ’16 is a wonderful sheng puer that takes you on an adventure. Flavours go from sweet to herbaceous and back to a fruity sweetness.