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WymmTea


Web: www.wymmtea.com
Last Updated: Mar. 6, 2015

About WymmTea

Wymm Tea is a tea company that sells Pu-erh. The name comes from an acronym for Wei Yu Mang Mang (惟余莽莽), a phrase in a poem by Mao Zedong, representing pureness or whiteness without boundary. Wymm Tea is based in Vancouver, Canada, and their tea production is based in Kunming, China.

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Virginia Mastromarino
(6 reviews)
77 / 100
Picture of bingdao laozhai huangpian sheng ancient tea tree pu-erh 2014

This tea has a nice dusty flavor. It's a little weak for my taste, but if I brew it for long enough it's good. I added cream and sugar.

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Amanda
(338 reviews)
67 / 100
Picture of bingdao laozhai huangpian sheng ancient tea tree pu-erh 2014

The aroma of the rather rough and green leaves is very sharp, like wet hay and, well, fermented tea leaves, it has that distinct fermentation smell that you get off of things that have started to become great friends with the microbes that are now hanging out with them. Mix in faint notes of honey, green beans, spinach...

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73 / 100
Picture of Mangnuo

The aroma of the dry leaves is pretty subtle, with notes of green bamboo leaves, freshly mown grass, cut hay, and a finish of camphor. I do love those camphor notes in tea, especially in the summer where it acts as a coolant.

The tea starts out a little bitter and then boom immediately sweet with a surprisingly smoo...

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80 / 100
Picture of Menghai Shou (Cooked) Pu-erh In Third Grade 2008

This tea comes from the mountains of Menghai and sits right in the middle of tea grading (seventh grade has the biggest leaves and first is the smallest) this means it is right in the middle of sweetness and woodiness. So the aroma certainly can back that up, blending woodiness and earthiness with a touch of sweet. Thi...

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80 / 100
Picture of laohuangpian sheng (raw) pu-erh from ancient tea tree 2014 spring

Its fairly faint aroma is a blend of sweetness and green, like fresh cut grass and honey, with a tiny hint of smoke. The faintness of the aroma did not worry me like it would with some teas, those crazy compressed to the point of being like a brick teas tend to have a faint aroma, at least the ones I have experienced.
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bingdao laozhai huangpian sheng ancient tea tree pu-erh 2014

Style:Raw (Sheng) Pu-erh
Region:Shuangjiang, Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
2 Ratings
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Menghai Shou (Cooked) Pu-erh In Third Grade 2008

Style:Ripened (Shou) Pu-erh
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
1 Rating
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Mangnuo "Cane Tea" Raw Pu-erh From Ancient Tea Tree 2014 Early Spring

Style:Raw (Sheng) Pu-erh
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
1 Rating
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laohuangpian sheng (raw) pu-erh from ancient tea tree 2014 spring

Style:Raw (Sheng) Pu-erh
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
1 Rating

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