2010 Haiwan Bada mountain ripe

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Pu-erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “ I have been on this one for three days now. I broke some more off for tonight’s brewing to "awaken " my taste buds. This teas brews fairly light in color on the first infusion with a small touch...” Read full tasting note
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From Haiwan Tea Factory( berylleb ebay)

The cake is made from high quality old trees’ tea leaves from Bada Mountain. The tips are fat with golden hairs and the cake is plump. It yields a bright thick broth, and strong, mellow and smooth flavor and high pure aroma.

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I have been on this one for three days now. I broke some more off for tonight’s brewing to "awaken " my taste buds. This teas brews fairly light in color on the first infusion with a small touch of metallic taste found in the Bada teas I have had. It has a raisin and brown sugar note on the middle of the tongue. Avery light touch of the “dryness” you get with Shou Cha sometimes. It has an almost vanilla carmelly note to it. I find this to be a very good offering for about $22.00. I think it will be consumed pretty quick so I think it warrants a backup considering the price. Most cakes in this price range don’t have the “punch” of this one. Well worth the price. Quick rinses and 10 second steeps increasing with each subsequent steep. I may brew a little heavy on the leaf but I usually have at least a 10 oz. cup.
Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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