2007 Feng Qing F7813 Raw Pu Erh Cake

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Astringent, Autumn Leaf Pile, Roasted Chicken, Smoke, Sour
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Boiling 7 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “This is a light bodied tea with a soft, slimy mouthfeel. The leaves are very green, attesting to the dry storage. I didn’t find it to be particularly interesting or enjoyable. The smell has notes...” Read full tasting note
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Low bitterness. Pinewood / herbal flavour and aftertaste.

(F7813) The recipe for this cake was created in 1978 with an average grade 1 leaves (tippy grade). the number 3 signifies the factory the cake originates from. Dry stored in Kunming (Yunnan) until 2016. The Feng Qing tea factory (now part of the Dianhong Group) is the largest factory in Lincang area of Yunnan. The wrapper clearly shows 2006 but the date of pressing stamp shows 2007.

This Raw puerh started out life as a real brute but has lost the large majority of its bitterness and astringency and can be pushed if required. A subtle smokey note is attached to the layers of pine,wood. Over all there is a dominating herbal flavour to this tea which carries on through and lingers on the palette. A slight sweetness is starting to poke through which is apparent in the aftertaste and lingers at the back of the mouth. I feel this will enhance with age. The broth is a clear, turning yellow.

Coming at a great price, this is a semi aged tea that anyone can afford to drink every day!

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This is a light bodied tea with a soft, slimy mouthfeel. The leaves are very green, attesting to the dry storage. I didn’t find it to be particularly interesting or enjoyable. The smell has notes of leaf pile, cooked chicken and barbeque. As for the taste, its profile is quite green tea like, but maybe more sour and crisp without the umami.

Flavors: Astringent, Autumn Leaf Pile, Roasted Chicken, Smoke, Sour

Preparation
Boiling 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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