2007 Boyou Chun Jie Ji Nian Bing Cha Ripe

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 4 oz / 125 ml

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  • “Wow this is really good shu! Sweet and rich :) Definitely something I would drink again. Steepster is making me sad. Still acting up all the time. I can't get discussions to load at ALL! It makes...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This Boyou ripe is smooth to the taste with all the sweet, earthy notes one would expect from a good cooked puerh. Brewing the leaves produces a bright brown, ruby red liquor with a creamy, sweet...” Read full tasting note
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    Dignitea 279 tasting notes

From Boyou Tea Factory

2007 Boyou Chun Jie Ji Nian Bing Cha Ripe 250g
Chun Jie Ji Nian means “Spring Festival Edition”. Chun Jie Ji Nian was first introduced in 2005. This is the second edition of this series of premium tea cakes.

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938 tasting notes

Wow this is really good shu! Sweet and rich :) Definitely something I would drink again.

Steepster is making me sad. Still acting up all the time. I can’t get discussions to load at ALL!

It makes me not want to hang out here so much anymore…this was really good shu though and I never would have gotten to try it without hanging out on Steepster :(

KiwiDelight

I’m glad I’m not the only one for whom the Discussions are kaput.

boychik

same here ;( very sad. i kinda raised ?s before what would happen if… i had a feeling (damn me). anyway i think i need to start coping notes somewhere.

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88
279 tasting notes

This Boyou ripe is smooth to the taste with all the sweet, earthy notes one would expect from a good cooked puerh. Brewing the leaves produces a bright brown, ruby red liquor with a creamy, sweet taste. I was able to detect special and intense aromas of spicy dried fruits with a lingering finish. I’ve worked through six steeps and it has more to offer. Found this one at royalpuer.com and I am glad I picked it up.

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 4 OZ / 125 ML

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