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2011 Nan Mu Chun "Jing Mai Gu Shu"

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “I received a healthy chunk of this as a sample from Yunnan Sourcing. It is very drinkable but does not blow me away. There is a slightly metallic taste to the tea that I cannot quite place. It is...” Read full tasting note
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A delicious ripe tea cake made entirely from Jing Mai area fermented material. Fermentation was done in late 2010 at the Xinghai Tea Factory in Menghai town. The taste is incredibly rich and smooth, the fermentation level is about 70% (medium) so the tea still has some raw notes to it and plenty of room for future development.

Nan Mu Chun brand produced in the Xinghai tea factory!
Pressed in May 2011 from 2010 material.

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I received a healthy chunk of this as a sample from Yunnan Sourcing. It is very drinkable but does not blow me away. There is a slightly metallic taste to the tea that I cannot quite place. It is not unpleasant, just different. It also does not seem to have much longevity at the moment. I am brewing it in a 170ml Yixing pot with 8g of tea but the real flavour seems to go quite quickly. I am very tempted to get some of this for storage and see how it ages.

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

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