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1998 Chung-Cha #8582

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “Nice, calm, balanced. Not especially old, but this one has quite mature Qi. The taste is soft, round and harmonious, first steeps had sweet aftertaste which diminished in later brewings. I...” Read full tasting note
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Uncooked pu’er from Menghai factory

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Nice, calm, balanced. Not especially old, but this one has quite mature Qi.

The taste is soft, round and harmonious, first steeps had sweet aftertaste which diminished in later brewings.

I brew this in 1,5dl glass pot, and around second brewing I started to get slightly dizzy. Qi isn’t aggressive, the tea is past its youth. In a way this tea is right now at a very boring age, it isn’t young and arroganta and interesting, but it hasn’t yet reached the deep wisdom and calmness of elder pu’ers.

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