2005 "Zhen Wei Bada" Raw Puerh Cake

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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  • “This is one of my favorite teas. The aroma is bright, sweet, sugar cane, dried apricot and caramel. Tea infusion color orange. A delicious tea!” Read full tasting note
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  • “Aroma: strong, reminds me dried apricots and other ripe fruits. Taste: smooth (yes, almost silky), full in the mouth, sweet and dried apricots again. Aftertaste: very sweet (typical Bada sweetness)...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have never had a Puer from this mountain before so I was curious to see how it compared to Yiwu or Banzhang. I enjoy the initial flavors, nectarine and some yellow squashiness. The finish is...” Read full tasting note
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Zhen Wei (臻味) : become more and more delightful
“Southwest of the Lancang River (Mekong) there are also six famous tea mountains that are lesser known from ancient times due to their isolation by the river.” Bada is one of the New Six Famous Tea Mountains. Bada, located in the west of Menghai, has two types of resources, wild tea tree community and ancient tea garden. In 1961, researchers found a old tea tree – “Bada Tea Tree King” in Dahei hill, up to 50 meters, more than one thousand seven hundred years old, become the most famous sight in Bada.
This cake comes from Kunming dry warehouse, using pure spring Bada material inside and outside. No mixing of other ingredients. The original flavor of Bada mountain tea. Manual stone pressed cake with beautiful appearance. A small workshop in Yiwu made this customized product for Kunming Xingfu Tea Shop by traditional skills.
The tea soup is bright orange. Beautiful sweet, unique aroma with notes of plum make this soft, silky tea very approachable already.

Manufacturer : Xingfu Tea Shop
Production date : 04/2005
Weight : 357g

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This is one of my favorite teas. The aroma is bright, sweet, sugar cane, dried apricot and caramel. Tea infusion color orange. A delicious tea!

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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Aroma: strong, reminds me dried apricots and other ripe fruits.
Taste: smooth (yes, almost silky), full in the mouth, sweet and dried apricots again.
Aftertaste: very sweet (typical Bada sweetness) and pretty noticeable.

Very pleasant tea. It’s an excellent example of aged Bada puerh. Recommended for everyone! Especially if you like cookies with dried apricots :)
P.s Chawangshop offers this pu for a very decent price, even lower than Taobao.

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205 °F / 96 °C

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I have never had a Puer from this mountain before so I was curious to see how it compared to Yiwu or Banzhang.

I enjoy the initial flavors, nectarine and some yellow squashiness. The finish is clean and sweet, not too dry but just woody enough that I have a nice full mouth feel for 10-15 infusions. I can see this being great in 5 more years.

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