2004 Yunnan Menghai Old Tree Ripe Pu'er Tea Brick

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March Sipdown Prompt – your tea with the longest name

Sipdown!

I have had four steeps and put the leaves in a pitcher in the fridge for a cold steep. There was such a small piece but once it got truly saturated, wow, did it ever swell. There was a lot more leaf than I thought.

The dry leaf looked very dark and smelled of old cardboard and mustiness. Not too much farmyard aroma here.

Because it was so tightly packed, I did do a rinse to start opening it up, but even with that the first steep was rather light at 60 seconds. Second steep at 90 seconds was medium orange/red, and the third and fourth steeps were instantly a deep, rich color.

No manure, no fish, pure mushroom. I am looking forward to a couple of days enjoying the cold steep from these same leaves. Cold puerh is so refreshing to me. No sweetener is ever added to cold puerh here.

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