2007 Spring Ding's Village Arbor Maocha

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2007 Spring Ding’s Village Arbor Mao Cha (易武丁家寨乔木毛茶)

This premium sun dried maocha is made of genuine Yiwu Ding’s Village (Dingjia Zhai) arbor material harvested in 2007 Spring from the high-altitude, and non-polluted environment, collected and pre-processed by Yiwu Huishenghao (会盛号).

The liquor shows a golden color, with good clarity. This is the most sought after Yiwu Premium Tea. There are many “layers” in this complex tea; it is suggested you use 6-7 grams leaf, take time to experiment different brewing length, water temperature.

Try it when the brewed soup is cooled slightly, the taste seems to become more amazing.

Few know Yiwu Huishenghao supplies the premium raw materials to a few premium Yiwu brands, it is said that the owner of Huishenghao, Ms. He controlled 70% Mahei materials.

  • Green or Raw
  • Pu-erh Tea 50g bag
  • Vintage 2007
  • Premium class
  • Loose tea leaves
  • Caffeine: Moderate

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This one brews up a very beautiful golden amber color brew with a very enjoyable fresh flavor without any smoke or strong bitterness commonly associated with young green puerh. The background has a very faint astringency but in a good way that adds complexity to the brew that is well balanced out by a sweet smoothness. At around 3.5 years old this is a very nice puerh that has the extra “puerh notes” that set it apart from the stronger green teas and greener oolongs. It is wonderful sheng puerh samples like these that make me lament my body not being able to tolerate too much sheng puerh but in the end I conceid and admit that it is better to abstain for the most part than have my stomach complain for indulging in them too frequently :(

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