2005 Changtai YiChangHao Yi Bang Mountain Raw

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Pu-erh Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 oz / 90 ml

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  • “Working with another semi-aged Changtai YiChangHao today – the 2005 Yi Bang. The cake is full of dark brown healthy looking whole leaves with low and heavy fragrances. Clear dark orange tea soup....” Read full tasting note

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2005 Changtai YiChangHao Yi Bang Mountain Raw 400g
One in the six famous mountains premium series from the Changtai Tea Group. Yi Bang Tea Mountain lies in Xiangming Township of Mengla County. Yibang tea trees are mostly old trees. The mountain contains a relatively large number of tea varieties. The elevation of the Yibang area is between 850 and 1900 meters. It has smooth texture with a crisp aroma and hints of orchid fragrance aroma. Transformed in the mouth and coated the throat. Fast ‘Huigan’ was its strongest point of Yibang Mountain tea. The leaves are slightly long and look healthy.

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Working with another semi-aged Changtai YiChangHao today – the 2005 Yi Bang. The cake is full of dark brown healthy looking whole leaves with low and heavy fragrances. Clear dark orange tea soup. The first sips offer a woody flavor with a fruity-sweetness and a bit of spiciness thrown in. The sweetness is more pronounced, as the tea cools. Later steeps begin to reveal a mushroom taste to increase the brew’s complexity. The brew lightly coats the throat creating a nice mouthfeel. This Yi Bang is smooth and round with a noticeable aged character in its profile and a relaxing qi, not too strong, but definitely there. This is not a “powerhouse” tea but good for those of us who rather enjoy the subtleties of the profile rather than being hit over the head with it.

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 90 ML

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