2007 Menghai Dayi Yun Xiang Ripe

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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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2007 Menghai Dayi Yun Xiang Ripe 500g
A premium 500 grams tea. Mellow and pure in aromatic smell. It brews a ruby red soup, sweet and thick. Thanks to its long history and rich experience, Menghai Tea Factory makes some of the best of ripe puerh teas – this one is no exception.

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A great buy for someone who’s only had bad, fishy shu pu’er, Dayi’s Yunxiang cake redeems the name of shu. And for any doubters, this tea’s traits define why I love Menghai Factory shu pu above all others and worth its price. When I’m in the market again for cooked tea, this cake is on my list.

Notes: Malt, clean, walnuts, soil, dried bamboo, grains, black pepper, sweet, winter squash, rocky.

Other features: stronger on sides of tongue, one infusion left a tingly feeling on my tongue, no acidity or awkward flavors even when infusions cool down.

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311 tasting notes

A Dayi factory cake with fairly tight compression. Warm and rich aroma which is strongly earthy yet a bit sweet. Leaves used seem to be of a high grade. Ruby red tea soup with an aromatic and pleasant scent. First sips are quite mellow with a full and woodsy taste. Later infusions yield a gentle creamy and bittersweet flavor. Nice sweet finish in the aftertaste. No fermentation smell or taste left in this one. A lovely Menghai Dayi shou worth owning.

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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Tastes even better than usual in my new Yixing pot. This is the smallest one I have, around 4.5 oz. Got about 5 or 6 out of around 4.5-5g of leaf.

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