2011 Menghai Dayi Meng Song Teardrop Raw

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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From Menghai Dayi tea factory (berylleb ebay)

Brand: Great BenefitsSeries: Specifications: SPCY00411Specifications: 250gWeight (g): 250Pu’er production process: raw teaThis Dayi “Tuo Cha” or “Bowl Tea” is made of single estate Mengsong mountain raw. Mengsong mountain is one of the mountain featuring in the six famous tea mountain series and Dayi “Kongque” or Dayi “Peacock” series.Gao Shan Yuan Yun" or original taste of the high mountain. Meaning that this tea is made of high mountain raw. This year only five types of tea from Dayi bearing this logo.
- 2011 Dayi Yiwu Zheng Shan (101)
- 2011 Dayi Jin Dayi (101)
- 2011 Dayi Feng Zhu (101)
- 2011 Dayi Mengsong Tuo (101)
- 2011 Dayi Jin Se Nian Hua (101)Mengsong is one of the six famous tea plantations in Yunnan. The Teardrop is made from the exquisite tea leaves of Mengsong tea plantations. The Teardrop is well-balanced shape and marked by fat and slender lines and tips with white hairs. It brews a mellow and fresh flavor with lingering sweet aftertaste and pure high aroma.

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Enjoying my second MengSong sheng in the past week. Smooth and mellow with a gentle fruity sweetness. I’m a fan. Although very enjoyable right now, for me I think this one will benefit from a few years of maturity to reach its true potential. Comparing the 2005 6FTM Mengsong 357g vs. the 2011 Dayi MengSong, I would say they definitely share similar characteristics (as one would expect with material from the same area). Similar in cost when price is calculated per gram so either tea would be a worthwhile purchase. My personal preference is the 2005 6FTM cake since I found a more complex flavor profile and more durability. So my plan is to drink the 2005 now and go back to the 2011 Dayi in two to three years when it should yield a very exciting cup.

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
mrmopar

I aged this in the pumidor.It has come along nicely.

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