The 2019 Da Xue Shan from Terre de Ciel is a super sweet and fruity wild sheng puerh. It has some minerality to it and there is a long-lasting aftertaste.
The 2010 King of Pu-erh from Hey China is an Yiwu sheng puerh from 2010. It’s mainly about a mellow and fruity sweetness in combination with a smokiness.
The 2018 Pasha Gushu from Teamania is a delicious young sheng puerh. It was almost as if I was drinking champagne. Sweet and fruity with a sour twist.
The 2007 Mengku Raw Puerh from Yee On Tea is a balanced puerh with an impressive aftertaste. Strawberry tobacco with sweet summer fruits in the aftertaste.
The 1999 Second Millennium Sun Withered Raw Puerh from Yee On Tea had strong camphor notes from the middle onwards. Good mouthfeel and creamy texture.
The 2020 Yunnan Lincang Maocha from Lao Tea Shop was a nice change from my usual puerh drinking habits. It was fruity and refreshing with a fruity aftertaste.
The 2007 Aged Aroma Puerh from Yee on Tea is a mix of sheng and shou puerh. Good body sensation with delicious notes of damp earth and camphor towards the end.
The 2007 Red Label from Yee On Tea is a tribute to the original Red Mark puerh from the 1950s. It’s sweet with strong notes of incense and camphor.
The 2019 ZSL Autumn Yibang Ma Li Shu from Tea Encounter is a very sweet sheng Puerh from Malishu village in the Yibang area. Sweet with a tannic edge!
In this article, you have an overview of the best teas of 2020. All the teas on this list have affected me in any way so I really enjoyed drinking them.
I learned a lot about puerh tea this year and that is why I thought it could be useful to make a list where you can buy puerh tea in 2021.
The 2018 TdC Ailao Shan Sheng Puerh from Terre de Ciel is a tea that made me feel as if I was walking on a cloud. Subtle, sweet and fruity.
Tea Joint’s Si Fang Aunt Ming Shu Puerh is a fun tea to discover. It starts out with some edgy notes but becomes really comforting towards the end.
The 2002 CNNP Dai Language 7542 sheng puerh from puerhprivate is a good example of (semi-) aged sheng. It had a camphor flavour profile with a creamy touch.