2012 Cangyan Gufeng Yiwu Raw

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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 oz / 147 ml

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  • “Drank this last night and couldn’t keep wanting Wild Monk from Mandela instead. The reason for that would be connected to the strength of sheng being present in a younger tea. Personally I like my...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sheng Yiwu snob alert. This tea was another sample from Paul at white 2 Tea. This tea is a blend of both spring and fall material. The color is a beautiful golden bronze. The first steeping was...” Read full tasting note
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2012 Cangyan Gufeng Yiwu Raw 357g
A blended Yiwu made of 2012 material, the wrapper says 春 [chun, spring] indicating this cake was made with spring material, however it is a blend of both spring and fall material. This cake is a economical to drink a raw puer with a blend of Yiwu character, it is sweet and inviting. Suitable for storage or immediate consumption.

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Drank this last night and couldn’t keep wanting Wild Monk from Mandela instead. The reason for that would be connected to the strength of sheng being present in a younger tea. Personally I like my sheng mild which is a personal preference. This is nice, but everything that I have observed on here and IG leads me to believe that W2T has much better offerings to which I shall look into. For those who like a strong sheng, this would suffice.

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Sheng Yiwu snob alert. This tea was another sample from Paul at white 2 Tea. This tea is a blend of both spring and fall material. The color is a beautiful golden bronze. The first steeping was a bit timid to me. However, by the third steeping it really had hit its stride. This tea has everything I love in a Sheng from Yiwu. It has both great kuwei [pleasant bitterness] and a touch of background astringency and the combination of the two was very mellow. If you like young sheng pu’er tea that isn’t overpowering, you should give this tea a strong consideration.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 OZ / 147 ML

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