Yunan Chi Tse Beeng Cha, 1998

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  • “Oh when it rains it pours...TEA! The aged black tea is super this time of year. It's initially kind of oily, like messing around with ripe black olives. Comes time for the SIPDOWN! I brewed it...” Read full tasting note
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    Gregory 35 tasting notes
  • “It's a good value for a 10 year old black pu-erh. I picked this one up at Tea Lucky in Taipei, Taiwan. The proprietor carries a large selection of pu-erh, both young and old. Like most black...” Read full tasting note
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    teatraveler 16 tasting notes

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This is a fairly mild black pu-erh cake. It’s not as harsh as a green pu-erh, and is easy drinking at only 10 years. That said, it lacks the subtleties that you will find in aged green pu-erh.

Bonus: The name translates as Yunan Province, seven brothers (or seven sons), round cake, tea.

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35 tasting notes

Oh when it rains it pours…TEA! The aged black tea is super this time of year. It’s initially kind of oily, like messing around with ripe black olives. Comes time for the SIPDOWN! I brewed it traditionally, if you need more info see other tasting notes. It responds alright to the chawan, first time for me this shu is creating a lot of high expectations. Well, it’s just okay. Further steeped, second try this is truly a red tea, just like I was told about in mandarin lessons. It might stain my tea ware but it’s definitely a unique flavor. Tastes smooth with a long lean finish. I need to keep drinking it to have the flavor not change to -unkown-fish taste. China Animal products and imports, yunnan tea branch, maybe was stored next to fish I just don’t know. This will take a while to explain, but anyway I was told by a friend to not try shu pu’ehr until I was absolutely broke. So I don’t have much dough but I have this big honking wheel of tea. I can’t say it’s depressing, because it really isn’t, I might never finish this tea cache. More on the starving artists budget: So I had to have makeshift tea and coffee in college cause of the dorm scene, but I left there after 10 years, and that’s ontop of four years of catholic style boarding school. I can’t tell you haw to deal with poor finances other than buy up some chitse beeng cha regardless of the year. Take care, happy tea imbibing, :)

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16 tasting notes

It’s a good value for a 10 year old black pu-erh. I picked this one up at Tea Lucky in Taipei, Taiwan. The proprietor carries a large selection of pu-erh, both young and old.
Like most black pu-erhs, this one lacks many of the subtle flavors and richness found in the green pu-erhs.

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