Wan Gong Bing Cha 2011

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Pu-erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “This is a truly excepectional sheng with strong floral aroma across many infusions and superb meditative cha qi. I was fortunate enough to have received a 10g as a gift of this rare, expensive...” Read full tasting note
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Wan Gong, which name literally translates to “Curved Bow (weapon)”, is a village in Yi Wu and is famous for its ancient forest and tree teas, some exceeding 1000 years old. Pu’er tea leaves from this area are very high in demand as they make strong and amazingly distinct tasting tea. This tea cake is made purely from tea leaves harvested from Wan Gong ancient forest.

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This is a truly excepectional sheng with strong floral aroma across many infusions and superb meditative cha qi.

I was fortunate enough to have received a 10g as a gift of this rare, expensive tea.

before reading about it or knowing what it was, I dropped half of these dark, long, substantial leaves and iridescent buds in a standard competition tasting set.

Set and setting could not have been better: alone on a quiet evening by the fireplace, following a meditation session.

Heavenly fragrance, mostly floral yet also fruity emanating from the wet leaves.

I happily went through about 7 infusions, 10-20 seconds each, each time amazed that the aroma is still strong. Soft, gentle tea. evokes a calm and serene state of being.

Being a young sheng it was a bit drying to the mouth, and I had mild stomach ache for about 10 min.
I awoke refreshed and took the remaining tea to the office, where after reading the description of this tea, and its price, I proceeded to brew it countless times to make the most of these precious leaves.

I am very glad to have another session left of this heavenly sheng. It is by far the most intensly floral pu er I have tried, and evokes a very nice state of being.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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