2000 Kai Yuan Green Stamp

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Astringent, Heavy, Smoke, Spicy, Wood
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9 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “Very strong, spicy and woody. Despite age still quite astringent and smoky. Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2000-kai-yuan-green-stamp-eot” Read full tasting note
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  • “2000 Kai Yuan Green Stamp – Essence of Tea Price: £0.52 ($0.77) / g ~£140 ($206) / 357g cake 88/100 8 grams in gaiwan. Summary. An excellent tea which comprises a tart fruity note blended into...” Read full tasting note
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Very strong, spicy and woody. Despite age still quite astringent and smoky.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2000-kai-yuan-green-stamp-eot

Flavors: Astringent, Heavy, Smoke, Spicy, Wood

Preparation
10 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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2000 Kai Yuan Green Stamp – Essence of Tea

Price: £0.52 ($0.77) / g ~£140 ($206) / 357g cake

88/100

8 grams in gaiwan.

Summary. An excellent tea which comprises a tart fruity note blended into softened smoke. The tea shows a mature flavour profile with a clean taste, possibly due to good storage. It is thick and oily in early brews with a thoroughly enjoyable mix of aged fruit and well integrated softened smoke. It lacks longevity and power.

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Dry:Very dark brown and flatly compressed. Very mild smoky cheese.
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Wet: Complex. Medium cloudy smoke; log burning smoke; beefy, deeper base. Bright, light furniture polish, old building – no bird cage. Warm soil. Soft pastry.

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Rinse: Very clear light gold.
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10s – Med golden. Sweet sip, a tart fruity note in the body. Very long finish, which is sweet, slightly almond. Minute bitterness. Worn out tea. Smoke is very soft. However, it is currently lightly flavoured. The flavour remains long in the mouth like a grape has decayed into soil: soft, sweet, earthy, but with a gentle bright floral note. This is a special tea. The aged flavours are mature, slightly dry and oily. 88/100

15s – Light brown. Thick in the mouth. The tea leaves an oily residue. There are a variety of aged flavours: furniture polish and old books. The tart, fruity note is there and it blends into soft smoke. 88/100

20s – Light/med brown. Smoke is stronger, but it is very worn down. The fruit note sometimes presents itself as light furniture polish – it becomes that bright; at other times it is darker and fades into the finish. Again, quite oily and the flavours are more pronounced. 89/100

25s – Light/med orange brown. Slight astringency. Log burning smoke has softened. The smoke combines with the fruit note to give a smooth aged taste that lasts long into the finish and remains in the mouth. Here it is not the strong old building, furniture polish, but a heavy and worn down log burning smoke with a mild beefy taste. 88/100

30s – Light/med orange brown. The fruit note, this time is polished wood, appears to buzz in the mouth in the body and finish. The smoke remains steady into and after the finish. 85/100

35s – Light/med brown. The smoky fruit note reminds me of smoked paprika in paella. It’s not as bright, but it has that pungent, woody after-taste. 82/100

45s – Light brown. Thinner. Less smoke. 70/100

1 min 15 – Med orange/brown. Base sheng. Thin. Stewed black tea. Slightly astringent. 50/100

Preparation
8 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
Kirkoneill1988

another lovely review!

kevdog19

I see that you use the word oily quite a bit… are you referring to the tea’s viscosity and thickness or something else?

tea123

This tea is something else :) By oily I mean a residual liquid. Most teas you drink and they go down. This tea had a thick liquid left behind that I could feel go down very slowly. The 2008 Bulang had the same thing.

Kirkoneill1988

i do not think I’ve ever had an oily like tea :O

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