2009 Menghai Dayi V93 ripe

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Pu-erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “very good aged pu er but open the wrapper and let air out for a few days. washing this tea is a must a 20 second wash and a 30 second infusion works well. i left this tea in a pot with just enough...” Read full tasting note
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    mrmopar 214 tasting notes
  • “After breaking up the tuo and letting it air out for a couple of weeks I tried it again. All the fishiness is gone and the tea is really pleasant to drink, thick & smooth with a great aroma....” Read full tasting note
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    argus 19 tasting notes
  • “Brewing Two: Incredibly thick feeling with spinachy-grassy flavor, medium strength and very pleasant with very light mint notes (20 seconds (5/27))” Read full tasting note
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From Menghai Tea Factory

This is a classic Ripe tea blend, called “V93”, it was most recently released in 2006 and quickly became one the most expensive ripe teas on the market. To this day the 2005 and 2006 V93 Ripe productions have commanded very high prices due to the fact that this is one of the most sought after Ripe teas for everyday drinking. It is smooth and full in the mouth. It is fermented just enough to break down the bitterness of raw pu-erh while lightly fermented enough to preserve the stimulating cha qi and hui gan of a raw pu-erh. After-taste is sweet and thick.

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4 Tasting Notes

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very good aged pu er but open the wrapper and let air out for a few days. washing this tea is a must a 20 second wash and a 30 second infusion works well. i left this tea in a pot with just enough water to cover overnight and added hot water to it almost 24 hours later and it brewed a very dark brew almost reminding you of a good malty scotch.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more
Bonnie

Yum! Just the way I like it! I’ll be right over!

Bonnie

How much did you soak in water?

mrmopar

i usually eyeball it about two quarters worth or enough to cover the bottom of my brew basket. zip on by i will brew up cups of v93 from all the years i have.

Bonnie

Don’t tempt me! You’re probably in Canada or Italy or somewhere like that …so sad! I got it! Move to Colorado!

mrmopar

i am from virginia originally a north carolina boy

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After breaking up the tuo and letting it air out for a couple of weeks I tried it again. All the fishiness is gone and the tea is really pleasant to drink, thick & smooth with a great aroma. Considering the price:quality ratio this is a very good tea afterall

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec
malomorgen

good to know that its sometimes good to wind out

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Brewing Two:

Incredibly thick feeling with spinachy-grassy flavor, medium strength and very pleasant with very light mint notes (20 seconds (5/27))

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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