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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Wood
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 10 g 5 oz / 139 ml

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  • “Having a go at this one after a BIG Thanksgiving meal. I broke off about 12 grams of this to brew in the gaiwan. This cake is very dry probably due to the fact that it just came in from China last...” Read full tasting note
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    mrmopar 213 tasting notes
  • “I got a lovely sample from a friend. This tea sure is pretty when brewed. It's a very deep amber and quite clear. The steam seems to linger on the surface for a long while. This one is smoothy...” Read full tasting note
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    Sarsonator 251 tasting notes
  • “Backlog from yesterday: I was gifted this tea by a good tea chum. Throughout I struggled to find much of anything in it, sadly. It is woody and rounded and slightly sweet. It's not bad, but I found...” Read full tasting note
    Roughage 240 tasting notes

From Boyou Tea Factory (Berylleb King Tea, Ebay)

The tea is made from the selected 2005 tea leaves that is contained with high-series. High-Amino Acid of XishuangBanna Menghai Yunnan Provice. It is made unique ferment process in Boyou Tea Factory, tea factory select strictly formula and materal Appraised by expert in Boyou mixing centre, it made the refined product. It likes cleaner and brighter. Brewed up, the liquid have a dull red color and taste specially with a pure long-keep-out fragrance. Also unique is after drinking sweet! Sympathetic and Implied feeling. Prestige of exhaling incessantly spiritual.

Boyou Tea Factory is built by Shanghai Boyou Company in Xishuangbanna of Yunnan. It is a Large, high standard, high quality Pu’er tea factory. It dedicates to provide consumers with high quality tea products and service. Boyou Pu’er tea products are made from high quality tea leaves, and processed by Boyou Pu’er tea’s crafts, and identified by the professional tea technicians, they are valued for drinking and collection. Boyou Pu’er tea won the ten famous Pu’er tea brands in 2008.

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3 Tasting Notes

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Having a go at this one after a BIG Thanksgiving meal. I broke off about 12 grams of this to brew in the gaiwan. This cake is very dry probably due to the fact that it just came in from China last week and hasn’t had the opportunity to re-hydrate properly in the “pumidor”. The leaves in this cake are fairly large and from the aroma of the dry leaves it was deeply fermented. I gave a 10 second wash to rinse out the smaller pieces and leaf dust. First, second and third brews each five seconds apart starting with a 5 second steep. It brews very dark not as dark as some others. It almost has an “oily” sheen on the top layer. It has a woody vanilla plummy taste to it. It does leave the mouth a little dry. It has a slight honey finish to it. A good tea to settle back with after a wonderful feast with family.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec
Bonnie

Happy Thanksgiving Day!

mrmopar

Thanks Bonnie! hope yours was as blessed as mine!

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251 tasting notes

I got a lovely sample from a friend. This tea sure is pretty when brewed. It’s a very deep amber and quite clear. The steam seems to linger on the surface for a long while.

This one is smoothy and quite yummy for an after dinner sip. I don’t find it to be amazing, but it’s definitely good. It tastes a little like an earthy forest. I would have thought that with this number of years for age, it would be less earthy. I just did one rinse, but I think I may add a few more on the next session to see if any of the earthiness dissipates!

I’ll update after that. :)

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 tsp 4 OZ / 118 ML
AllanK

I have this tea. I liked it in general.

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Backlog from yesterday: I was gifted this tea by a good tea chum. Throughout I struggled to find much of anything in it, sadly. It is woody and rounded and slightly sweet. It’s not bad, but I found it a bit nondescript. I think the best description for it is ‘solid’. If you want a shou that is mellow and rounded but not too challenging, then this one would be a good choice. I could see using it as an everyday shou that requires little thought. I do wonder if I was really in the mood for a shou. That might be why I found less to it than I might otherwise, or perhaps I have been spoilt recently by other superb teas. Anyway, thank you to my tea chum. I enjoyed the tea even though I did not find it to be stellar. I have a couple more samples to try from my friend but I think I need to wait for the shou craving, because one of them is a mystery sample that he is testing me with. I really have no idea what to expect from it.

Flavors: Wood

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec 10 g 5 OZ / 160 ML
MzPriss

Good tea chums are awesome aren’t they?

Roughage

Good tea chums are the best.

TheTeaFairy

Oh yes they are (not looking at you mzpriss)

MzPriss

These are authoritative statements coming from a Fairy and a Berserker Expert!

TheTeaFairy

Hehehe! bear-serker ;-)

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