1999 BEENG CHA. MENGHAI

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “ This tea was a big hit on Passover dinner, albeit speculatively non-kosher in certain circles due to the microbes and aging process. I dropped what must have been a 12 -18 gram chunk in 280ml...” Read full tasting note
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A real leathery, cigar aroma. A spicy edge, with lots of sweetness coming through on later brews. Typically earthy, this beeng cha tastes well aged, lots of woodsy tones and an interesting mouthfeel. A full on astringency bite in the first few brews (strong for some but leaves the mouth with a great coating), it soon mellows out to give a great aged sweet mustiness.

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This tea was a big hit on Passover dinner, albeit speculatively non-kosher in certain circles due to the microbes and aging process. I dropped what must have been a 12 -18 gram chunk in 280ml glass pot, using 200ml water at boil. Seemingly endless infusions poured forth into the eager hands of guests. Four generations exclaiming their astonishment at the pleasantness of this newly discovered drink. Bright, complex, vaporous brews. Very steady and consistent. Simply marvelous and an excellent source of joy and togetherness on a family evening :)
Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec
Bonnie

Well,if you wanted to feel better about it the same could be said about wine and tea. Aging, microbes..and so on. Glad it was such a hit!

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