Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Fruity, Smoke, Tobacco, Astringent, Apricot, Stonefruits, Sweet
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 oz / 90 ml

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  • “I took just a little bit of this out of the Puerh TTB. I must say, at this stage of its life, it is not fit for Matu consumption. I would say “not fit for human consumption” but it seems others...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog 13 October 2016 Puerh TTB # 5 I’ve been drinking so many teas, but always forget to write and/or don’t write the review when I ought to. So, there are few notes with this tea, but I found...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was a fairly tasty raw puerh tea. There was some bitterness at the start but not too much. I didn’t notice any smoke in this one. I had something of a sweet taste from early on with maybe just...” Read full tasting note
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From Anning HaiWan tea factory. (Berylleb King Tea) eBay

Da Man lu Mountain is in Menghai County, the tea trees on it are 100 to 300 years old, the elevation is 1460 m, annual rainfall is 1450 ml, the annual average temperature of 18℃, plenty of sunshine, good ecological environment and non-pollution.

The cake is round and smooth and marked by fat tips and stretched lines with white hairs. It yields a bright yellow broth and mellow and fresh flavor with lingering sweet aftertaste and high aroma.

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I took just a little bit of this out of the Puerh TTB. I must say, at this stage of its life, it is not fit for Matu consumption. I would say “not fit for human consumption” but it seems others before me have at least found this a palatable brew. The dry leaf smelld a bit smoky, with some straw and tobacco notes. After a rinse, I smelled some fruitiness, along with a heady tobacco aroma.

It started off weird, but not horrible. It had an odd note that I struggled to explain. Kind of like fruit but not particularly sweet. There was a slight smokiness to it, leading to an aftertaste which reminded me distressingly of bacon. The first steep was the only one which was really palatable for me. After that, it took on a weird flavor that seemed like what I might get if I were to steep duct tape in boiling water. There were other, more recognizable notes, but that one dominated.

I think this probably could be a decent tea with a decade or more of age on it, but right now I couldn’t even drink it. The later steeps may have been better, but I had little interest in finding out.

Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Smoke, Tobacco

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML
mrmopar

This is an ager. Mengsong material. It should progress like you said in a decade or so.

tanluwils

I’ve been there, and I totally despise notes of bacon or bbq in my tea. Those are reserved for a lunch entree. I don’t know how one can age out notes of duct tape, but if you’re confident the tea has good base there’s no hurt in ignoring it for a decade or two. Otherwise, it’s not worth the storage space.

Matu

Yea – definitely one that isn’t intended for drinking now. I’ve had baby Xiaguan tuos and such before that were at least drinkable and moderately tasty. This one was just wacky. Perhaps that strange flavor I was tasting is specifically selected to age into something else.

Matu

Oh, I don’t have anymore of this – just pulled about 4g out of a TTB. Not really at the point in my pu “journey” to be acquiring teas I need to hang onto for a decade anyways :)

mrmopar

Soon, soon…

twinofmunin

“steep duct tape in boiling water”
haha, amazing

Rasseru

Yeah I’ve had marinade tea but never bacon, thank the tea gods

mrmopar

I see a future pumidor…..

Matu

In the future I might get a second pumidor for teas that I just want to put in there and forget about for a great number of years lol.

mrmopar

Mrmo always knows these things….

tanluwils

I wish I could more skillfully evaluate the potential of a tea. I have a large paper bag filled with teas mostly from Puerhshop that are decent and will hopefully age into something more interesting.

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Backlog 13 October 2016

Puerh TTB # 5

I’ve been drinking so many teas, but always forget to write and/or don’t write the review when I ought to. So, there are few notes with this tea, but I found it to be smokier than anticipated, and there was a lingering astringency in the mouth. Not my favorite tea, but that goes to show that I know what I don’t like now, compared to what I do like.

Flavors: Astringent, Smoke

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This was a fairly tasty raw puerh tea. There was some bitterness at the start but not too much. I didn’t notice any smoke in this one. I had something of a sweet taste from early on with maybe just a barely perceptible touch of sourness there too. The sweet taste developed into something quite nice, even apricots or stonefruits in nature. There was also an astringency to this tea. On the twelfth steep I am even feeling a little qi, relaxing in nature. Mind you this does not have a massive qi but it seems to have some. Broke off 25g of this to put in the Puerh Tea TTB when I send it out in a couple of days.

I steeped this twelve times in a 120ml gaiwan with 7.4g leaf and boiling water. I gave it a 10 second rinse and a 10 minute rest. I steeped it for 5 sec, 5 sec, 7 sec, 10 sec, 15 sec, 20 sec, 25 sec, 30 sec, 45 sec, 1 min, 1.5 min, and 2 min. The tea was not finished at twelve steeps but I want to move on to something else.

Flavors: Apricot, Bitter, Stonefruits, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 7 g 4 OZ / 120 ML

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