2009 Mang Fei Early Spring Big Tree Sheng Puerh Cake 125g

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Butter, Malt, White Chocolate, Wood
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Edit tea info Last updated by Gingko (manager of Life in Teacup)
Average preparation
Boiling

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  • “Another pu erh sample, leaving 13 left to try and write an initial note about. The leaves smell richly woody dry. I am pretty sure I massively overleafed and next time I’ll cut back a little. But...” Read full tasting note
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Another pu erh sample, leaving 13 left to try and write an initial note about.

The leaves smell richly woody dry. I am pretty sure I massively overleafed and next time I’ll cut back a little.

But the effect of the massive overleaf was a very, rich, round, fudgy flavor with a sort of maltiness that I also experienced in the Life in Teacup shu sample I liked so much.

I rinsed at boiling and let the leaves sit for 15 minutes before steeping in the gaiwan at 5/5/7/7/10/10/20/30/40/60

The color ranged from a cloudy butterscotch to a clear amber, and the flavor. Except for a bitterness around steep 4, the flavor was pretty consistent.

I’m a big fan of Life in Teacup’s teas. This is the first of their shengs I’ve tried and I am excited to try the other samples I have.

Flavors: Butter, Malt, White Chocolate, Wood

Preparation
Boiling

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