Menghai Dayi " 7542" 2010 357g Raw

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  • “Drank the last of my samples from the wonderful Mr. Mopar today. I think raw pu'erh isn't really my thing. This tea was good but didn't get me excited to keep drinking it. This tea made a...” Read full tasting note
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Yunnan Chi Tse Been Cha is also known as “Round Tea”, it is one of the famous products of Yunnan Pu-erh Tea, it adopts solarized raw tea of broad-leaf type in certain districts of Yunnan as raw material, processed by optimum fermentation, steamed and pressed to form its shape. It flavored with smooth and mellow and has a long lasting finishing. If aged under proper condition, the quality will be constantly upgraded.
7542 Raw cake is Menghai Tea Factory’s largest production quantity raw tea product, and is made from fat tender leaves and young tips blended to perfection. The surface tea yields a mild color with tip hairs, while the center tea consists of fat mature leaves, the pure aroma of this tea is long lasting and laced with floral scents. It yields a strong flavor with a touch of sweet aftertaste and a bright yellow broth. When brewed, the tea leaves appear uniform and symmetrical. When aged, the flavor undergoes rich and complex changes. This tea is considered as the market standard for raw Pu-erh tea product.

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Drank the last of my samples from the wonderful Mr. Mopar today. I think raw pu’erh isn’t really my thing. This tea was good but didn’t get me excited to keep drinking it. This tea made a gold-yellow brew with citrus and grape skin flavors that reminded me of a Darjeeling tea.

This had some very large leaves in it, one of them really massive! I felt I had to take a picture of it (with my junky phone camera) which kind of looks like I used instagram filters or something, but that’s just how the pictures on my phone come out haha I drew in the rest, since this this monster of a leaf was only part of it, and the picture quality is pretty bad.

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My phone had Instagram before it was cool! lol :P

mrmopar

guess you are a shu pu lover too. i can’t do much of the sheng yet.

Bonnie

I like your instagram! I’m with you. Lovin Shu! Here I go…
There was an old lady who lived in a SHU! She had so much Puerh she didn’t know what to DO! (naw that last part is mrmopar not me)

mrmopar

bonnie you are great and crazy! thats why we love you because you are almost as crazy as me!!!

tperez

Haha, love you guys

Bonnie

I just noticed that you want to be a VET. Well, guess where there’s an AWESOME vet school (I mean really awesome), right down the street at Colorado State University! The Horse Research Facility is a block from my house, there are vet students EVERYWHERE! Cool place to be. Hope you consider this school and the tea scene is good too. (Love this town!)

tperez

I’ve heard CSU is a good school, I’d definitely love to go there! Sounds like a great place to be. It’d be nice to have a place like Happy Lucky’s to stop by and get some tea :)

I’m kinda doing some soul searching right now; I’ve always thought I wanted to be a doctor/vet, but but lately I’ve been more and more discouraged by the competitiveness of even getting into vet school… I’ve also always loved music, but been afraid to go into it as a career, and I’ve developed a minor obsession with history… I guess I’ve realized that theres risk and hardship no matter what I end up doing, which kind of scares me. So for now I’m just trying to do my best and figure out where I want to go in life :)

Bonnie

Things do/will change. I was a PE major, then Special Ed. I went to Computer school and was a Systems Analyst, I ran a Call Center for Business Telecom (Apple, HP, Stanford etc.), worked at a Winery, Coached High School Track, was a ComputerTtech off and on. Programmed Central Office Telecom Switches. Point being, in a lifetime, you never know what you’ll end up doing. In my 30+ years I’ve had many adventures. I began in my teens working with disadvantaged children, then after High School I was active in the Civil Rights Movement of the 60’s-70’s.
I put myself through College. No one ever paid my way with loans or any kind of help.
Whatever you choose to study will be of value even if you change course many times. This is where you make your best guess, try to do what you love and take that leap of faith.

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