2009 Yunnan Menghai Dayi Old Tea Nubs Ripe Pu'er Tea

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 3 oz / 100 ml

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From Menghai Tea Factory (berylleb on ebay)

This product uses the leftover nubs of fermented teas from previous years. The nubs, clumps of teas that could not be untangled, are mixed together and steam pressed into fat bricks. It yields a strong, smooth flavor, and the tea can be brewed many times. This is another achievement in Menghai Tea Factory’s tradition of innovation.

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191 tasting notes

finishing up my last clump of this – some good stuff. once again, washed 2x, as first wash barely seemed to take any of the tea with it. 2nd steeping now, same procedure as before (glass gaiwan, just before boiling, 15 secs, plus 10 each new steep) and still enjoying. debating whether to get more or just try another one.


These bricks always benefit with about 2 years aging to allow them to settle a bit. They do steep for it seems like forever these little nuggets.

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289 tasting notes

A very light and refreshing shu. It resembles cola. Nothing special, but pretty good.


This will go many steeps.


oh my goodness, yes. it is infinite tea.


juliebeth I have gone 15 steeps with this one.


and are you done yet? i got between 7-9 steeps (can’t recall, exactly, was playing minecraft and steeping, resteeping…)(i have a 7 year old boy and i’m the one minecrafting!), and could have gone further, i’m sure, but then i needed some oolong, so had to switch out.

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