2012 Yunnan Sourcing "Dragon of Jing Mai" Ripe Pu-erh tea mini cake

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  • “so I found out I was making a mistake just like on my last review….. im steeping it too long . some pu-ehr tea tastes good when steeped for a long time some don’t. but like the last time I steeped...” Read full tasting note
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Our first ripe production of 2012. Expertly fermented 2011 material from Jing Mai area of Lancang county (Simao) was graded and pressed into this lovely 100 gram mini cake. Tea cake is composed of gong ting, te ji and grade 1 leaves and is the same consistency on the front, back and inside the cake. Light to medium fermentation gives this tea a strong taste and which stays in the mouth after drinking. High quality material appropriate for longer term aging!

100 grams per cake (10 cakes per bamboo tong)

In total just 200 kilograms produced!

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so I found out I was making a mistake just like on my last review….. im steeping it too long . some pu-ehr tea tastes good when steeped for a long time some don’t. but like the last time I steeped it lightly at first and it was mellow and smooth :D

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