zheng yuan mao cha

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 0 min, 45 sec

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A highly aromatic tea that offers a surprising grassy note and a sweet aftertaste that is unusual. This lot was grown in the mountains of the Zhengyuan area, in the famous Simao prefecture, one of the highest tea producing areas in Yunnan Province. This lot is a mix of large and small leaf varietals that grow at an altitude of between 1999 and 2100 meters, thus creating the clear taste notes described herein. The tea bushes and trees that sourced this lot range in age up to 100 years and typically grow wild. Produced in 2009.

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first steeping,
aroma shows grassy or “HAY” like notes typical of a raw pu erh but also has a VERY pronounced sweet note at the end of the aroma as well.
taste of first steeping was full bodied, slightly bitter. liquid is a full golden color.
really awesome lingering mouth feel, it actually develops seconds after you swallow.

second steeping,
aroma is the same for the most part
liquid is darker. taste is more pronounced, more balanced with the bitterness so its not over powering..

i got this tea for 8.00 for a 1/4 pound, A BARGAIN!
so for what i paid i am definitely happy with it, although i have had pu erhs that are way better.

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 45 sec

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