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2010 Menghai 7572 Ripe Pu'erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “I let this steep for 5 minutes in the Yixing and I knew what to expect. A strong, dark very flavorful brew. No rinse. This went straight to my head. I could feel this tea immediately. I noticed...” Read full tasting note
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    chasmargate 293 tasting notes
  • “7572 is a classic...kind of like going to a restaurant you know really well and getting your favorite dish! It is always the same and reliable - I drink this tea often, it's good as an "everyday"...” Read full tasting note
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    stallzee 9 tasting notes
  • “first time I tried this tea was in a TaeTea shop in Beijing. I sat down with the shop keeper and had maybe 8 brews or so. Very easy and warming on the body and adds a sense of contentment. This is...” Read full tasting note
    boblajes 6 tasting notes

From Menghai Tea Factory

A classic ripe puer tea. This is one of the very popular numbered Menghai Ripe Recipes. For individuals looking for a ripe Pu’er, this is a classic. This is made from a 1975 recipe and has an average leaf quality of 7. The actual maocha is a blend of leaves from the 2008-2010 time frame.

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6 Tasting Notes

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293 tasting notes

I let this steep for 5 minutes in the Yixing and I knew what to expect. A strong, dark very flavorful brew. No rinse. This went straight to my head. I could feel this tea immediately. I noticed a vast improvement since my last tasting. I have several young Shu such as this that I will sip from time to time to see how they are aging. This one is getting there. Another raising of the score….

JC

How do you store your Shu? I have a few that I want to store but I’ve been given mixed advice on proper Shu storage. Thanks in advance.

Charles Thomas Draper

I have a cabinet in my dining room where I store all of my tea. It’s dark. Cool and airy. No odors. Most are kept in the cardboard box that they were delivered in.

JC

Ok, great! that’s the kind of setting I was going for. Thanks! now I have to chen how to keep shengs.

Doug F

I tend to brew my ripe pu erhs for around five minutes in most cases. Ilike them strong and musty!

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7572 is a classic…kind of like going to a restaurant you know really well and getting your favorite dish! It is always the same and reliable – I drink this tea often, it’s good as an “everyday” kind of thing. Like eggs and toast for breakfast

I am actually drinking a 2009 now, not 2010, but i didn’t see where to list it, and the difference is prolly not so big :)

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first time I tried this tea was in a TaeTea shop in Beijing. I sat down with the shop keeper and had maybe 8 brews or so. Very easy and warming on the body and adds a sense of contentment. This is my mid day tea. I steep for around 20 seconds to start- similarly to how the shop keeper prepared it. The tea is almost syrupy even at such a short steep. It coats the mouth and there is a mild numbing the way Sichuan peppercorn’s numb, but gentler.

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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