cnnp 60th anniversary

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Pu-erh Tea
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Sweet
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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 5 oz / 147 ml

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  • “Having this for the first time, forgot to add it in from a previous order I made. This is a very tightly packed cake as opposed to some of the other sheng cakes I have. I pried off about 3...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Very tasty and enjoyable sheng. It is sweet and full-bodied with a bit of cheer. Held up to numerous steepings, lets say at least 8. Perhaps hints of citrus in it. Don’t recall much bitterness...” Read full tasting note
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Make: China National Native Produce Animal By-Products Import and Export Corporation, Kunming Yunnan tea tea factoryAddress: No. 15, Kunming PaomaManufacturers Contact: 4000007581Ingredients: Yunnan leaves drying MaochaStorage: clean, ventilated, dark, dry, odor-free, pollution-free environment storageShelf life: 10000 daysFood additives: noPacking Type: PackagingPacking: normal tissue packingPu’er production process: raw teaWeight (g): 600Whether organic food:Brand: TeaSeries: 60th Anniversary Ji Niansheng cakePu’er tea Year: 1 year

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Having this for the first time, forgot to add it in from a previous order I made. This is a very tightly packed cake as opposed to some of the other sheng cakes I have. I pried off about 3 tablespoons of leaf to put into the yixing. The first steep after the 10 second wash was way overpowering to me almost bitter and very astringent and overpowering to me. I reduced the steep time for the second cup. It still has a great deal of punch in it with a heavy camphor note. It retains most of the bitterness from the first steep but is a little more palatable now. the brew is still pretty thick with a citrus and grassy mix on the tongue. I will hope this one mellows out in time as it still has a lot of kick in the face notes. Almost a little too strong, but being a sheng I think with this much early kick it will age nicely.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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Very tasty and enjoyable sheng. It is sweet and full-bodied with a bit of cheer. Held up to numerous steepings, lets say at least 8. Perhaps hints of citrus in it. Don’t recall much bitterness at all. Infusion time was between 5-10 sec. Leaves were on the small side, but I understand the cake was packed tightly, as is also the case with the 60 ripe version. Lots of personality to this one. Wife enjoyed it too. Big thumbs up.

Flavors: Sweet

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 5 OZ / 147 ML

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