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Haiwan Dragon's Spirit Ripe Pu’er Tea 2012

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “Steeped in 150 ml gaiwan 2 tsp Rinse 5/5 /10/10/15/20 First couple steeps didn't impress me. Earthy, mushrooms, bold shu Then it became lighter. Very smooth and pleasant. I think it's still...” Read full tasting note
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From Haiwan Old Comrade Pu-erh(berylleb ebay)

Each Chinese year is named after a particular animal sign of the zodiac in a 12-year cycle.
Dragon is the representative of the traditional culture of China, it has been a symbol of noble and lucky since ancient times. 2012 is Dragon Year, through 2012 coming year, Haiwan Tea Factory made the Dragon’ Spirit animal sign of the zodiac commemorative Pu’er Tea.
The cake is made from high quality tea leaves. The cake surface yields a brownish red color with fie sheen and golden hairs. It brews a bright thick red broth and a mellow and balanced flavor with sweet aftertaste and lingering charm.

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186 tasting notes

Steeped in 150 ml gaiwan 2 tsp
Rinse 5/5 /10/10/15/20
First couple steeps didn’t impress me. Earthy, mushrooms, bold shu
Then it became lighter. Very smooth and pleasant. I think it’s still young shu but has a potential .

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 5 OZ / 150 ML

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