2009 Menghai Dayi 8582 (901)

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  • “Checked my notes – ‘Tastes like varnish wooden fruit, by steep 10 I thought yiwu’ Yeah I wont give up my day job to review tea quite yet. .. I found this to be quite straightforward with its...” Read full tasting note
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Menghai 8582 raw Pu Er tea is one of the famous blended raw Pu Er tea next to 7542. It was successfully blended in 1985 with the main 8 grades of Maocha. In the late 1980s, 8582 and 8592 were mainly exported to Hong Kong Nan Tian trade company with purple Tian(?) print on the right side of the cake. 
 
8582 recipe enjoys an extremely high reputation for its super good aged aroma, thick &mellow taste. Even for the new tea, it also possesses the thick&mellow taste, high fresh aroma. A tea really worth to collect. The change is so good you can’t ever believe it.
 
Vintage: 2009 (901)batch

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Checked my notes – ‘Tastes like varnish wooden fruit, by steep 10 I thought yiwu’

Yeah I wont give up my day job to review tea quite yet. ..

I found this to be quite straightforward with its flavour & experience. Each steep did its thing, which was that aged varnish-bitter woody fruit taste (only way I can describe it), without much fuss. ’Twas ok. The front of the sip was the same as the end, not much in the way of a taste journey. It lasted throughout the day, and I particularly liked the later steeps when the taste changed to a hot-dark-milky/rounded base with some sour bitter lift.

It was ok – didn’t set me alight with complexity but its a cheap cake, so yeah recommended for the price – it also might be in sheng limbo-age, I don’t have enough data to know how this will progress when stored for a good few years nicely. Cheap enough to give it a try though :)

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