2010 Mengku Green Mini Tuocha

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Fruity, Sweet
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “I love the compact, perfect little size of these Mini Tuochas! You would have thought the holidays had already come, and a little boy was opening a carefully wrapped gift. You find the same care...” Read full tasting note
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    Pureleaf 140 tasting notes
  • “A pretty decent raw mini tuo. I used two of them in a 100mL gaiwan, which came out to about 7.3g. Lots of fruity flavors in this one. I think it might be what a lot of people describe as...” Read full tasting note
    Matu 207 tasting notes

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This mini green tuocha brews a clear amber liquor with a satisfying, aromatic, remarkably taste. This is a quality Mini Tuocha made of broken tender tea buds – Mengku materials harvested in Spring 2010, not a cheapo made by using poor quality tea dust.

Mini Green tuocha
Weight about 3.7 to 4 gram
Vintage: 2010
Green, raw or unfermented
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140 tasting notes

I love the compact, perfect little size of these Mini Tuochas! You would have thought the holidays had already come, and a little boy was opening a carefully wrapped gift. You find the same care and attention to detail of the wrapping, as you find in the larger tuochas. The paper used for these tuochas, seems like a perfect idea for a collection of some sort. Surely, there are already ideas out there. This may require a little more research, now that I think about it.

There is plenty of body with this tea – very full, green puerh. You will find quite a bit of astringency that lingers, however you can control its bitterness in the mouth by holding it towards the middle of the tongue – back of the throat. I found the tea to deliver more flavor after it had set for a minute or two.

This is a very young tasting sheng and certainly reflects its green qualities. It is green along the lines of older dandelions, that have been simmered and stewed down – without the mouth puckering bitterness. This bitterness is much drier and feels quite nice around 20-30 minutes after you finish drinking the tea. The liquid is more green melon in color.

Overall, you can’t complain about this tea not matching the total investment. These small broken leaf mini tuochas are great for a small pot of tea and are good enough for multiple infusions.

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec
ashmanra

I have been saving my mini Tuocha wrappers to cover a tin in the future. Of course, the tin will hold puerh tea!

Bonnie

good idea ashmanra

gmathis

(Apologies if this posts twice, pushed the button and nothing happened..)

Do you use Mod Podge on your tins? I’ve done the cheapie homemade version of white-glue-and-water decoupage and it worked surprisingly well.

Pureleaf

I agree Bonnie – great idea ashmanra! Also, gmathis your input was very much appreciated as well. Oh, the things you learn form the great people on steepster!

ashmanra

I haven’t made any that way yet! I did read that recipe for homemade Mod Podge on Pinterest, so I am glad to know it works. I have covered tins with scrapbook paper, and I use Scotch ATG gun tape for that, then I buff the paper all over with a paraffin compound from Ellenhutson.com to make it water and stain resistant.

gmathis

..and a clarification on my part. The glue/water version was on a wood plaque, but it did work so well I’d at least give it a shot on a tin.

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207 tasting notes

A pretty decent raw mini tuo. I used two of them in a 100mL gaiwan, which came out to about 7.3g. Lots of fruity flavors in this one. I think it might be what a lot of people describe as apricot, but I seem to be tasting it more as a dry apple type of flavor – idk. Got a little bit intense as both of them opened up at once. There was actually one steep I went a bit too long on and pretty much couldn’t drink. Seems like two of them is just a bit too much for 100mL, but 1 would’ve been too little. May be a good size for grandpa style in a mid-sized thermos though.

Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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