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2003 Jinggu Bai Long Organic Raw Puerh Cake "Te Ji" 357g

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “http://jakubtomek.blogspot.com/2012/01/2003-jinggu-bai-long-organic-te-ji.html This is a very nice and "proper" Jinggu tea, I presume it is made from wilder and/or older trees. Clean taste,...” Read full tasting note
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Sheng Tai Qiao Mu (生態喬木) : Ecological arbor trees

You Ji Cha Bing (有機茶餅) : Organic tea cake

This tea is composed from original “Da Bai Hao” arbor tea trees material in Jinggu. Da Bai Hao – “big white tomentum”. The tea leaves and buds with dense white tomentum are larger than other tea variety. It was processed in a way that was close to traditional puerh tea processing technique. Sheng Tai (生态) and organic means it’s ecological, non-pollution, pure natural, high quality tea product.

This tea was stored for a few years in Simao and moved to Kunming since 2007. High-end Jinggu cake from Bai Long Tea Factory.

Dry leaves itself has a subtle great sweet and flowery aroma. The tea soup is extra clean and sparkish with honey golden deep color and fragrant. Round and full, very smooth and rich. Sweet honey aftertaste with heavy flowery aroma which can remain in empty cup after drink. This tea can brew for many rich and pleasant infusions ! Rare, great and also valuable product of Jinggu Bai Long Tea Factory in market.

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http://jakubtomek.blogspot.com/2012/01/2003-jinggu-bai-long-organic-te-ji.html

This is a very nice and “proper” Jinggu tea, I presume it is made from wilder and/or older trees. Clean taste, pleasant, silky bitterness and, considering it is Jinggu, very above-average amount of character.

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

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