2005 Six Famous Tea Mountain "Jinggu" Raw

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 oz / 60 ml

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  • “This is a factory production which I have had carefully stored for over two years and now it has had 10+ years to develop into something worthwhile. I quite enjoyed my time with it yesterday! The...” Read full tasting note

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2005 Six Famous Tea Mountain “Jinggu Shan” Raw Pu-erh
Six Famous Tea Mountain tea factory released this limited series of six cakes composed of Ancient Tree Pu-erh from Six Famous Tea Mountains in southern Yunnan. Each cake is 100% material from that mountain. 100% of the leaves to compose this cake are from wild trees growing on Jinggu mountain. Jinggu Mountain of Lancang county in Simao is one of 2 very famous tea mountains in Lancang (the other being Jingmai). Jinggu is special in its look and flavor – the leaves and buds are wide and fat and the flavor is both bitter and sweet at the same time. Aging this cake will provide an opportunity for these to come closer together over the years. The Six Famous Tea Mountain Tea company was established in 2002 by one of Menghai’s former factory managers, Ruan Dian Rong.

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This is a factory production which I have had carefully stored for over two years and now it has had 10+ years to develop into something worthwhile. I quite enjoyed my time with it yesterday! The material is comprised of mostly “chop” – very few, if any, whole leaves. Pleasant enough scent though – sweet and pure. The liquor is dark gold in color albeit a bit on the cloudy side. The sip is quite mellow and smooth – looks like ten years of age really has helped this mid-level quality material develop into something interesting. A bit fruity and a low sweetness; no real bitterness and a cooling and decent sensation throughout. Mouth action adds a little tingle to the tip of the tongue. This cake is part of the Six Famous Tea Mountain Tea Factory (Liu Da Chashan) series of six cakes composed of old tree material from well-known tea mountains in southern Yunnan (Jinggu, Youle, Mengsong, Bangwei, Bulang, Nannuo). Each cake is 100% material from that particular mountain.

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 4 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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