2002 CNNP (Zhong Cha) 7572 Green Label Tiepai

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 10 g 240 oz / 7097 ml

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  • “This is a nice little shou — mellow, smooth and with a hint of sweetness, but having a substantial mouth-feel. It would make a nice daily drinker for those who like their shou’s on the lighter...” Read full tasting note
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The exact origin of this tea is unclear. It is 7572 style recipe, and was wet stored (humid conditions) in Guangdong province. The ripe puer tea is sweet and has a creamy body similar to that of warm milk. The humid flavors dissipate after a couple of steeps and a nicely aged classic 7572 flavor is left for many steeps to come.

This puer tea is a tie pai [pasted brand] , not an official Zhong Cha production.

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This is a nice little shou — mellow, smooth and with a hint of sweetness, but having a substantial mouth-feel. It would make a nice daily drinker for those who like their shou’s on the lighter side. Too many stems / twigs and hints of smoke though for my liking.

10 g. of leaf in 1 cup of water, grandpa style

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 10 g 240 OZ / 7097 ML

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