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From Menghai Tea Factory(yunnan sourcing usa)

2007 Menghai Tea Factory * 7592 Recipe Ripe Pu-erh * 357 grams

A classic blend from Menghai! This recipe is the classic 7592, This cake uses larger leaves but blending in smaller more powerful ripened Pu-erh for a balanced taste! Fermented material used seems to be aged more than the 8592 (701), less of a “dui wei” (fermentation flavor that is present in recently fermented material, after 6 to 24 months will disappear).

Producer: Menghai Tea Factory
Vintage: December 25th, 2007 pressing (Batch 701)
Production area: Menghai

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This tea is quite good. I received this as an extra from Mr Mopar’s Puerh sale. Thanks, it is good. I gave this tea ten steeps. It had a moderate amount of fermentation flavor in the early steeps that began to go away around steep four or five. It was sweet with little bitterness throughout. This is exactly what shou is supposed to taste like in my opinion.

I steeped this ten times in a 170ml teapot with 10g leaf and boiling water. I gave it aq 10 second rinse then let the leaves rest for ten minutes. I steeped it for 5 sec, 5 sec, 7 sec, 10 sec, 15 sec, 20 sec, 25 sec, 30 sec, 45 sec, and 1 min.

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 10 g 6 OZ / 170 ML

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I’m new to the world of Puer. I got several samples from a fellow steepster and just working my way through.

This literally is the 2nd Puer I’ve ever had so I may come back to adjust my score at some point, but all in all, I thought this was just great. A bit of a funky smell upfront, but you don’t get much of that in the flavor.

Really beautiful liquor, like a deep garnet red. Nice smell, a little bit of that wet barnyard, damp straw/hay with a tinge of fishiness, but all in a good way.

Still developing my palate, but this kind of reminds me of a rich cab. Has some smoke, wood (think like oak in a wine), hint of sweetness, puckerness of a dark chocolate. All in all very tasty stuff.

Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Honey, Leather, Straw, Tobacco

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 30 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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Yum yum yum, thank you Boychik

Sorry I am not feeling super verbose today. I am at Real Job but still recovering from all day outdoor vendor fair yesterday selling my fine art. WHEW SO TIRED!

Good shu helps, though :)


How did the sales go?


You are right, good shu is to the rescue!


Sales were so-so. My first time at this event. Made $100 after booth fees and whatnot. You can never tell what the crowd is after at these mixed events…there were crafts, art, and vintage stuff. Seems like vintage and crafts tended to do a little better. I need to seek out more all fine art related events! I could make a lot more money if I could do out of town shows, probably. Only so much of a market in this small midwest city.


do you have any pictures of your art?


Yeah, TeaBrat I made this for Stacy’s tea art contest in the fall http://twitpic.com/dgw0vg

I blog my printmaking at littlelemonpress.com and sell on etsy at evilducky77.etsy.com :)


how cool! I used to do printmaking back in college, that was over 20 years ago. :)


Ever think of etsy?


Nice TeaBrat! I miss the printmaking press I got to use in college. I can’t afford a big press. My college days were over 10 years ago. Time flies!!!! Now I work graphic design full time.

Marzipan check out www.evilducky77.etsy.com

I don’t get many online sales though. Mostly just use it as a portfolio of sorts.

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