2016 Chawangpu Bulang Shan

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 g 3 oz / 88 ml

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  • “This was my second tea of the group buy tasting. I didn’t like it nearly as much as the Jinggu You Shang gushu. The first steep had a weak nose. Sweet straw flavor is light in the mouth. This...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Randomly threw some of this into a gaiwan and began a session that was bleh. Very basiic raw puerh with some umph to it in regards to bitterness. After 12 steeps I was like… this is not on the same...” Read full tasting note

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This tea comes from BaKaNan village in Bulang mountain. Early spring 2015 harvest of 40-60 years old trees. We stored this tea in loose form for almost two years.

Hand-made processing, sun-dried, stored well until December 2016, stone compressed in traditional way.
Sweet and strong, full body, some bitterness, rich, fast huigan.

Manufacturer : Cha Wang Shop
Production date: Harvest early April 2015., pressed December 2016
Harvest Area : Bakanan village, Bulang mountain, Menghai, Xishuanbanna

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This was my second tea of the group buy tasting. I didn’t like it nearly as much as the Jinggu You Shang gushu.

The first steep had a weak nose. Sweet straw flavor is light in the mouth. This may be partly because the cake was relatively solid, so I did a poor job of breaking it. Waited 15 minutes for next steep to let the chunk loosen. After 4 steeps, it was fully separated. The tea never really developed: decent flavor but straightforward, and slightly astringent. A longer steep just produced bitterness. I gave up after 5 steeps. Not really a bad tea, just average, which is no longer what I am hoping for.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 g 3 OZ / 88 ML

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Randomly threw some of this into a gaiwan and began a session that was bleh.
Very basiic raw puerh with some umph to it in regards to bitterness.

After 12 steeps I was like… this is not on the same level as the other at all ; ‘what the heck mayne???’

Well… $22 cake, I suppose that answers my internal thoughts; not to say cheap tea is weak or weak tea is cheap or expensive tea… yadda yadda

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