1980s (early) Snow Mark 7532

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Pu-erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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  • “Surprised I didn't write a tasting note for this one already....I am already almost done with my tiny sample. Tonight, I'm preparing infusions in a very small yixing pot, about 40 mL per infusion,...” Read full tasting note
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This perfectly aged bing highlights the refinement in taste that is displayed by some of the notable teas from the Masterpiece and chi-tse eras of puerh production.

The cake is well aged, has had clean storage and displays a complex taste profile accompanied with an excellent qi.

A perfect example of a well aged puerh made from good quality leaves. This is truly a delight to drink. A tea for special occasions.

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Surprised I didn’t write a tasting note for this one already….I am already almost done with my tiny sample. Tonight, I’m preparing infusions in a very small yixing pot, about 40 mL per infusion, with about 3 grams of tea. It is earthy, sweet, spicy, a little fruity, delicious. It stood up well to a mixed cheese plate, cutting the richness wonderfully. Water is about 205 degrees, infusions from 30" to a minute or so, fairly long right from the start, because this is a tea that can take it, and keep taking it, without getting bitter or unpleasant in any way. I’m now up to about 15 infusions, and suspect I can get in a few more before the flavor gives way entirely to sweet water.

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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