2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Camphor, Earth, Peat, Tannic, Wood
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Edit tea info Last updated by mrmopar
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “I got this out with the “Chairman’s” . She seemed to really like this one a lot. I got out 8 grams to start with. I gave 2 very quick rinses and let this one sit for about an hour. This is one of...” Read full tasting note

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An excellent price for an aged puer tea that is smooth and ready to drink.

This tea most closely resembles CNPP 7532, but we are labeling it as tiepai [pasted brand] because it is too difficult to pinpoint the exact origins of the cake and we do not want to misrepresent it. Stored in Guangdong province, this tea has a slight humidity to it, but the cakes and tea are very clean. Some cakes have a neifei [inner ticket] buried in the middle of the cake, some are on the surface, and one cake we opened did not have a neifei.

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I got this out with the “Chairman’s” . She seemed to really like this one a lot.
I got out 8 grams to start with. I gave 2 very quick rinses and let this one sit for about an hour. This is one of the oldest ones that I have had a chance to drink.
First cup. Brewed very quick. Color is a nice amber.
First sip, hit with flavors of earthiness, peat moss, a bit of sharp tannic notes and a hint of camphor.
This would be one a connoisseur would appreciate. I don’t think an inexperienced drinker would appreciate this. it packs a good kick. The Huigan is very noticeable and it really give a good “oily” coating in the mouth.
The Cha Qui may have to wait till tomorrow as the work schedule is only going to let me have one session tonight.
Yixing pot for brewing.

Flavors: Camphor, Earth, Peat, Tannic, Wood

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML
boychik

Chairman knows her job well !

mrmopar

Agreed as you saw on the pics. She was really “into” this one literally!

boychik

I would be too ;)

caile

That pic was so cute! She seems like a great helper for picking out teas! :)

TeaBrat

Does she try to eat the tea?

mrmopar

She just likes the aroma. I don’t think she tries to eat it.

Kirkoneill1988

Sounds tasty

JC

Nice, I’ll put it in the list for the next order!

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