2005 Chun Cheng Teji Tuo

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Floral, Honey, Leather, Wood, Oak wood, Raisins, Red Fruits, Resin, Sugarcane, Sweet, Tobacco, Wet Wood
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 oz / 80 ml

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  • “Drank this a few nights ago, will do a full review at a later date but this was a very lovely, warming, Qi heavy session. I spent about an hour and a half just doing about 8 brews with this tea. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m super stoked that I’m the first to review! I got this as my gift in the White2Tea Black Friday sale; because, I have no self control, haha. I’m so glad I got this freebie. First off, it’s...” Read full tasting note
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Drank this a few nights ago, will do a full review at a later date but this was a very lovely, warming, Qi heavy session. I spent about an hour and a half just doing about 8 brews with this tea. I think the amount of time this tea made me spend with it really speaks volumes about its quality.

2/27/16 update
7g in 100ml gaiwan. This will be brief: great aroma of fragrant wood, incense, tobacco, and some stewed fruit on the wet leaves. The brew is a dark amber, lovely balance of bitterness and sweetness. Full in the mouth with good characteristics i.e. long finish, causes salivation, long cooling sesnation. The qi is very warming and relaxing. I should have thrown a few more grams in, 8-9 grams next time. This brewed pretty consistently for 8 brews before slowly loosing some steam. dry leather finish and hints of mushroom in later brews. Nice honey sweetness creeps in as well with a floral complexity. Overall a very nice full flavored aged sheng, doing well at the 10 /11 year mark.

Flavors: Floral, Honey, Leather, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 6 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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I’m super stoked that I’m the first to review!

I got this as my gift in the White2Tea Black Friday sale; because, I have no self control, haha. I’m so glad I got this freebie. First off, it’s really pretty and unique. I love how it looks, and it has a light yet sharp pipe tobacco scent. The “leaves” are incredibly compressed and require some heavy picking. I try my best to not obliterate the tuo into dust, but Pu happens. I break a chunk and fit it into the warmed Jianshui and give it a shake. The warmed leaf smells fantastic. The scent reminds me of that classic tobacco in a tin can that feels soft like moss. I can’t remember the name; it sounds like shag or something. It smells so freaking good! The tea carries that note, and it is lifted with some potent dark fruits. I washed the leaves once and prepared for brewing. The steeped leaves become heavier with notes of mahogany, leather, resin, and a sweet woody tobacco. The brew is a thick dark orange. The taste begins as a sugarcane sweet, and it moves into soft oak tones. The session progresses into a smooth dry brew with a sweet aftertaste. The later steeps become slightly astringent and thicker in the mouth. The brew is full bodied and rich with leather and drying mouth action. This is a fairly good tea, but the best characteristic is it’s qi. This small tuo gives some of my favorite sensations. The feeling begins as a spark ignites at heart center. This tea doesn’t have that slurred overheating feeling, but rather, it’s a pulsating electric vibration. The stimulation slowly overtakes the body and drives the spirit upwards. This brew gives you so much clean energy, it’s amazing. I love the nice clear headiness, the smooth blood flow, and the pulsating heart. I don’t experience slurred speech, sweats, heart throbs, or any other overwhelming qi. I just enjoy the intense focused atmosphere. It’s perfect to cleanse the mind.
My only complaint is due to the small broken leaves the teapot clogs very easily, but a small pick fixes that right quick. That’s my rant for this tea, and I’ll be trying my best to not drink the whole thing.

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Flavors: Leather, Oak wood, Raisins, Red Fruits, Resin, Sugarcane, Sweet, Tobacco, Wet Wood, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
kieblera5

Totally forgot I had this one XD

Haveteawilltravel

hahah same xD I picked it out on a whim. I chopped it up as something I’d probably wouldn’t even care for. I actually even told Paul that. Turns out, its really good!

mrmopar

It is pretty good.I hope he can carry these at some point.

Haveteawilltravel

I asked Paul, and he told me that he didn’t have enough to sell. I believe some was included in this months subscription.

mrmopar

Keep your fingers crossed!

MzPriss

Just got my subscription box and it’s in there along with some aged white tea.

Haveteawilltravel

awesome! let me know how the aged white is? I’ve been curious.

MzPriss

This is the second aged white in the sub boxes. I think I liked last month’s better, but I need to spend some time with this one and brew it different ways. This one (2005 Aged Zhenghe) is all hay, some grass and a little sweetness brewed at boiling with short steeps.

Haveteawilltravel

I heard the other one related to dates? and it was incredibly sweet.

mrmopar

We are in luck!

curlygc

I am so happy to get another Teji Tuo, I love this tea.

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