An old tea- 80's 7542

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 100 oz / 2957 ml

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  • “An old tea Feeling: (Background introduction will be in the most below) 1) Earthy ★ 2) Ripened flavor (near medium fermented ripe tea) ★★★★★ 3) Mellow. Soup like. ★★★★★ 4) Fruity near tart fruit...” Read full tasting note
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An old tea
Feeling: (Background introduction will be in the most below)
1) Earthy ★
2) Ripened flavor (near medium fermented ripe tea) ★★★★★
3) Mellow. Soup like. ★★★★★
4) Fruity near tart fruit (slight acid mixed with fruity, pleasant feeling personally ) ★★★★
5) Lingering sweetness from aftertaste. ★★★
6) Near none smoky from taste but a bit obvious on brewed leaves. (I like some smoky flavor but it is not necessary to judge one tea) ★★★.
7) No bitterness and no astringency at all. ★★★★★
8) Smoothness like sleek silk. ★★★★
9) Brownish brewed tea leaves with softness.

Background of tea session.
1) I joined it from the halfway around 10th steep.
2) Tea has ever been lightly processed according to HongKong storage method(做仓). Depending on introduction from host.
3) The oldest and most expensive tea has ever been taste by me till now. Without comparison of other 88 Qing cake.

Conclusion:
I love this tea, but it is so far beyond my affordable.

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 6 tsp 100 OZ / 2957 ML