2012 Yunnan Menghai Dayi 0532

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 4 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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0532 is the one of the highest grade premium ripe Pu-erh recipe developed in 2005, released to mark the anniversary of the factory’s restructuring, it won golden prize in the 13th Shanghai International Tea Expo. The tea is composed of grade 3 and higher leaves, full of small leaves and fermented buds with mellow fragrance and strong taste, gives a smooth flavor with a pure aroma.

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This is my everyday shu recently. I obtained it from Yunnan Sourcing’s US site. Typically I brew it as I am today, with a basket infuser and a 12-ounce mug. Today I grabbed a chip that happened to be about 4 gm, put it in the infuser, and doused it in boiling water to cover while mashing with the handle of the puer knife to loosen it up. Then I poured off the rinse and left the infuser in the heated, covered, empty mug for a few minutes to steam. The first steep was about 3 minutes, and if experience is any guide I’ll do a couple of more with this leaf at 4-5 min.

As with most shu I drink, I don’t get a wild variety of flavors. There is a sort of generic woody taste, a little sweet, a little of some kind of fruit. At its best there can be a sort of ethereal mouthfeel.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 4 g 12 OZ / 354 ML

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