2007 Xiaguan FT "Number 4" Premium Raw Puerh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Baked Bread, Floral, Peat Moss, Smoke
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  • “This is an enjoyable middle-aged tea. While it may not have the same depth that gushu does, it’s not at all lacking in complexity. There is smoke, meaty flowers, peat moss, and even a hint...” Read full tasting note
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2007 Xiaguan FT Number 4 Premium Raw 400g
The #4 cake is produced from 1, 2 and 3 year old raw material and was blended in the traditional style of other Xiaguan products. This FT release is higher quality than regular Xiaguan productions and it really shows in the taste of the tea. The look of the leaves themselves is a dark green and brown color, the leaves are strong with lots of bud and leaf sets on a stem. The leaves are somewhat broken, this cake was tightly compressed using a hydraulic press. The liquor colour is a thick gold-yellow. The drinker will notice the pungent aroma that is characteristic of Xiaguan teas. The after-taste is sweet and there is a mouth-watering effect that happens quickly. Notice the aroma at the bottom of your drinking cup after each infusion.

About the Xiaguan Tea Factory “FT” Brand.
Xiaguan Tea Factory and the Taiwan-based “Fei Tai” business worked together to produce these super premium blends in the Xiaguan tradition of quality. These special leaf blends are produced from the highest quality Pu-erh leaves and are intended for export directly to Taiwan, hence the “FT” has also come be known as meaning “For Taiwan”.

Producer: Xiaguan Tea Factory under the supervision of Fei Tai Co. LTD.
Process: Picked, sun-dried, and compressed.
Date Stamp: July 16, 2007
Production area: Wu Liang and Bao Shan.
Other Notes: Limited to 4000 kilograms.
Tea weight: 400g

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36 tasting notes

This is an enjoyable middle-aged tea. While it may not have the same depth that gushu does, it’s not at all lacking in complexity. There is smoke, meaty flowers, peat moss, and even a hint of fresh bread. Soup is dark orange, not a terrible amount of qi, but it is smooth and has plenty of huigan.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Floral, Peat Moss, Smoke

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