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2009 Ba Hu Cun Qiao Mu Raw Puerh Tea Brick

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by godric
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200 °F / 93 °C

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  • “Chawangshop has a lot of bargains for an attractive price. It's one of them. This brick has an extremely strong flavor of dry/wet leaves (one of the strongest aroma I've ever smelled from pu cakes)...” Read full tasting note
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Ba Hu village is about 20km far away from Mengku town in Lincang area. First spring large leaves and sun dried material pressed in Mengku town. Private production without wrapper come from a small tea shop in Kunming. We bought all these limited quantity products and named them “Ba Hu Cun Qiao Mu Cha”(坝胡村乔木茶), then wrapped them in white paper with our stamp.

Great flavor of dry leaves. Full and smooth in mouth, rich floral taste with long sweet aftertaste.

Product date : 2009
Weight : 250g

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Chawangshop has a lot of bargains for an attractive price. It’s one of them.
This brick has an extremely strong flavor of dry/wet leaves (one of the strongest aroma I’ve ever smelled from pu cakes) and typical floral character of Mengku. I feel notes of different flowers and honey and it reminds me smelling the most beautiful wild flowers. The taste is smooth and sweet with overwhelming scent of meadow. BaHu puerh is pretty light to be refreshing and very easy to drink.
Highly recommended!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C

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