As always with mini-bricks I split it down the middle to half its thickness to increase the brewing surface area. As one that generally does not like mini brick puerh, even premium quality ones I have to admit that this is clearly the best one yet. It is a soft edges and a very distinct mellow Menghai scent which has sadly been becoming more rare even among Menghai area shu productions in my experience. I was also impressed by the fact that I could get a good five brews out of the leaves and the sixth brew was weak but still drinkable, which is saying a lot considering that I like my ripe puerh very strong. Too bad I just placed a large puerh order otherwise I would seriously consider ordering some of these.
2012 MGH 1203 Imperial Ripe Pu-erh Tea Brick
2012 MGH 1203 Imperial Pu-erh Brick Tea (美国号1203皇家熟砖)
The quantity discount is available for this item.
The great tradition continues with ready to drink ripen tea leaves that are 3 years old.
We decided to use old vintage imperial grade Menghai tea leaves fermented in 2009 for our MGH 1203 brick. Now you would enjoy a smooth drink without ‘Duiwei’ (People describe it as pond, fishy, a strange smell of new ripe Pu-erh that many not used to).
Promised to be the best of all MGH chocolate bars.
Code Name: Chocolate Bar
Two Pu-erh Tea Bricks about 100g (3.5 ounces)/each, total 200g ( 7 ounces)
Break into 24 pieces/one-brewing small 8 grams bricks
Loose tea leaves