2007 Jin Si Gong Bing Cha - Yunnan Branch China Tea Import and Export Co. Ltd

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  • “EDIT: I just tried this one again. this time in a competition tasting kit. Its actually quite a wonderful tea, with a relatively aged, mellow flavor. perhaps there was aftertaste in the water...” Read full tasting note
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The name “Jin Si Gong Bing” means “Gold Ribbon Tribute Tea Cake”. A gold ribbon was compressed together with the tea leaves, indicating the use of high quality material in the production of this tea cake. The liquor it yields has a strong aftertaste which is remarkable and lasting.

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EDIT: I just tried this one again. this time in a competition tasting kit.
Its actually quite a wonderful tea, with a relatively aged, mellow flavor.
perhaps there was aftertaste in the water from the metal thermos I used last time, or my standards were too high because the last 2 teas I had before it were high-end shengs.
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Sorry, but I cant say I like this one. Something about it just doesn’t feel right. Doesn’t evoke the usual wholesome happy feeling in the body and mind that i’ve grown to expect from quality tea.
Its also thin and not as sweet as other shengs in its class that came in the same shipment.
On the plus side, leaves dropped in a warm pot emanate a pleasant, strong aroma surprisingly similar to clean shu pu er. After the wash, aroma is vaguely similar to fresh bread dough, also found in shu in my experience.
Flavor is tarry and slightly fruity.

Seems rather aged for its vintage, probably due it part to the light compression, or perhaps it underwent relatively wet storage or was made using aged mao cha.

Brewing params: the usual 7g in 160ml duan ni pot. boiling water. 3-20 sec infusion times. Used mostly loose leaves rather than a whole chunck from this lightly compressed sample.

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