2012 Bulang Early Spring Green Pu-erh Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter
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  • “I had purchased a couple of teas from Puerhshop.com a few weeks ago, and they had sent a couple of samples with the order. I decided to drink this tonight since I can’t fall asleep until 2 or 3 now...” Read full tasting note
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“Great tradition continues. You may get 2012 Bulang Early Spring Mini Green Pu-erh Tea Cake 100g, the same tea first.

The cake was made of the first flush tender leaves/tips harvested in 2012 Spring, Bulang Mountain area, a collection piece with limited production.

We are hit by a strong aroma the minute the wrapper is opened. If you want to know what a real Spring Bulang tea tastes is, this is it. For people who love Bulang tea, this is a must have.

A lot of people ask about a clean tea broth that tastes, this is it. No trail of smokiness, no ‘off’ smell, but pure and simple, the brewed tea is aromatic, floral honey, typical Menghai flavor and a good sweet aftertaste. We got a high expectation for this tea to become something wonderful."

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I had purchased a couple of teas from Puerhshop.com a few weeks ago, and they had sent a couple of samples with the order. I decided to drink this tonight since I can’t fall asleep until 2 or 3 now that I work nights. I can’t give this tea a fair rating due to the high amount of broken pieces within the sample; however, I’ll rate it on what I’ve experienced with the tea at the moment. I also acquired a lot of tea dust, too. Very bitter and drying. I stopped after filling the cha hai a few times, but the tea remained bitter/dry throughout the whole process.

Flavors: Bitter

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