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Boiling 1 min, 45 sec 5 g 2 oz / 60 ml

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From Menghai Tea Factory (berylleb on ebay)

8592 Ripe Pu-erh Tea is one of classic Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cakes. Deleloped in 1985 for derect sales to hte Hong Kong Nantian Trading Company. The waapper was stamped in purple with the Chinese word for “Sky”. This is the famoru " Sky Cake" or “Purple Sky” that Pu-erh hobbyists speak of. It yields a ligh, bright broth with a rich aged flavor with sweet and smooth undertones.

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I obtained a sample from the Pu’erh Plus TTB. I think it’s this particular shou – the label didn’t say who the vendor was, but that it was provided by mrmopar.

Brewed in a ceramic gaiwan. Gave the leaf a 10-second rinse, then a rest for a couple minutes. Steeping times: 5, 8, 10, 15, 10, 20, 40; 1 min, 1, 2, 5, 12.

The dry leaf smells earthy and sweet, and the wet leaf aroma even sweeter, so much like dark chocolate. The soup color starts off as burnt orange and darkens to ruddy brown. A little cloudy in the beginning (viewing the soup from the pitcher), but eventually clears up by the end of the session. The first couple infusions are a little sweet with some thickness, mostly tasting of fermentation (I think). The middle infusions – 3 through 10 – taste just like the wet leaf aroma: very sweet with a bitter dark chocolate note. Creamy in texture. This was the heart of the session. One word I wrote down was “yum.” I also eventually tasted the Raisinettes note that I usually get in a chocolate-like shou. Infusions 11-13 are still creamy, but the chocolate disappears, replaced by cut wood.

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Boiling 5 g 2 OZ / 60 ML
mrmopar

It is from the eBay seller Berylleb. An excellent trusted seller for me.

KiwiDelight

I have heard excellent things about Berylleb from you and Allan. Thank you for adding this to the box!

mrmopar

Welcome, its a good tea.

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This arrived as a sample with my 2012 MGH 1214 Eco Big Tree Green Pu’erh Brick. It’s not fungal like other shou puer. It’s very smooth, clean, refreshing, a subtle sweetness that’s comes with later steeps, and that fragrance of dried fruits (Chinese dates?) that I denotes its quality. Very comforting.

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1 min, 45 sec

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