2005 Yong Pin Hao Stone-Pressed Yi Wu Mountain tea cake

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  • “Thanks so much to boychik for this sample! So, 10 years old, huh? Interesting! I love my new Jian Shui pot, so all 8g went into the pot. It brews up a nice orange color and smells...” Read full tasting note
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First Flush of Spring material

First flush of Spring 2005 material. The kill-green process (sha qing) was done in woks (small batch) and is stone-pressed with a heavy stone press. After compression the tea was dried naturally without baking to preserve its natural state. The brewed tea is thick and sweet, the liquor color is a deep yellow. An excellent hand-processed Yi Wu tea from a natural setting!

Thick deep golden colored liquor and a nutty rich taste!

Net Weight: 400 grams per cake (7 cakes per stack)

Ingredients: Yi Wu (Mengla) sun-dried Yunnan Large Leaf varietal tea

Produced by Yong Pin Hao Tea Factory

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Thanks so much to boychik for this sample!

So, 10 years old, huh? Interesting! I love my new Jian Shui pot, so all 8g went into the pot. It brews up a nice orange color and smells like dried fruit, like those dried fruit bars from Trader Joe’s my mom used to get…it’s like a more natural kind of fruit roll-up. Turns out, it tastes like them too! Like dried apricot and berries! Yum! A couple steeps in I also noticed some floral and tobacco notes. This is very nice, and mid to low range on the price-scale. I think this one is going on the wishlist.

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