2009 Menghai Dayi 7542 Raw Pu Er Cake(901)

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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Dayi " 7542" has been regarded as the most successful blended raw Pu Er tea and the criteria for all the blended raw Pu Er in the tea market.

Well-selected the Maocha from Menghai areas, 3-4 grades of tender Maocha are spreaded on the surface with 5-8 grades inside of the cakes. This tea enjoys high and deep aroma, with thick &mellow tea liquid and sweet aftertaste. After ages, its overal taste can be more rich. A tea worth to invest and private collection.

Type of Pu Er: raw Pu Er tea

Vintage: 2009 (901)batch

N.W: 357g/cake

Composition: Yunnan big leaves bush tea

Storage method: Pls store all the Pu Er tea in a dry & cool environment without any ordor.

The best storage environment temperature is between 10-35 celsius degree; moisture degree is between 50-75 degree.

Producer: Menghai Tea Factory

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Highlight of this tea is the exceptionally clean, clear, fresh flavor and mouthfeel along with a hydrating, thirst quenching quality.

I’ve been looking forwards to discovering what this classic ‘benchmark’ pu- er cake is all about. Its still very young at only 3 years. will be interesting to compare with an older vintage in the future.

Brewed 3 grams in a yixing pot.

Flavor is surprisingly mild. no bitterness or astringency at the strength that I brewed it.
lots of clarity in the brew, as if it has less ‘tea sediment particles’ dissolved in the water than other teas.

Invokes a clear, fresh, slightly cooling, wholesome feeling in body and mind.

Most likely due to its young age, It does not have as strong or nuanced a flavor as many pu-er’s that I have had recently. Yet something about it makes me keep coming back for more. It seem to have that ‘umami’ flavor, and a nice, yet faint exhale sensation.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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