2007 Douji The Six Ancient Mountain Raw Pu-Erh

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From China Cha Dao, Douji

Name: 2007 Douji "The Six Ancient Tea Mountain Raw Puerh Tea 200g
Tea Type: Raw Puerh Tea Cake
Origin: Yunnan Province, China
Vintage: 10th May 2007 / Batch 701
Brand: Yunnan Yiwu Zheng Shan Mountain Tea Co., LTD
Weight: 200gram

Douji’s “The Six Ancient Tea Mountain” Puerh Tea.

The Six Anicent Tea Mountain include Youle, Man Sa, Ge Deng, Mang Zhi, Man Zhuan & Yi Bang.

This tea won 2008 China (Shanghai) International Tea Expo Gold Award.

We have talk to Douji during April 2011 and know that they will not produce this tea anymore in future because it is really hard to get the material for this tea and it is expensive to produce this tea. So who ever buy this tea we suggest you to collect it or drink it yourself. Please, bid only 2 item max so other customer get a chance to buy & try this tea too! We have put 20 on eBay during Jan 2011 and some buyer just brought 10 at once! This tea is out of stock in many places already! If you have a 6 Ancient 357g cake from Douji than you should keep it well in your puerh collection!

Aroma – Smooth

Flavor – Sweet and Rich Texture

Soup – Soft and Smooth

Is Healthy, is Relaxing, is China Cha Dao!
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First steep, 15 sec: It tastes like a wood camp fire smells. There’s also the faint fishiness that many pu-erhs have, but it’s barely there. I can’t tell if I like it or not. It assaults the palate, but after swallowing you want to take another sip. Hm.

Second steep, 20 sec: Same, no noticeable change.

Third steep, 30 sec: Again, not any noticeable change. This seems a pretty straight-forward tea.

I’m going to do some more steepings but am done with my review unless something special pops up to add later.

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You had me at wood camp fire!

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