2004 yong pin hao 'xiang ming' wild arbor raw ra pu-erh tea cake

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Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 4 g 3 oz / 75 ml

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  • “This time I brewed it in a gaiwan using long steep times, at night in a relaxed setting. It does have a classic complex aged puer flavor, though you have to pay fairly close attention to notice it....” Read full tasting note

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This time I brewed it in a gaiwan using long steep times, at night in a relaxed setting.
It does have a classic complex aged puer flavor, though you have to pay fairly close attention to notice it.
The aroma of the rinsed leaves had a deep, rich and fairly pleasant but not amazing aged aroma during the first 2-3 steeps.
This tea is much more aged tasting than just about any post- 2000 sheng that I have tried. There is a sense that the leaf material itself is of high quality, and that it was somehow dulled down and muted, overly mellowed during storage. That is just my uneducated guess.
There were some mild cooling sensations primarily in the throat, and some coating on the tongue as well.

Compared to more expensive late 90’s shengs that I have tried , this one has no significant storage smell, and while its flavor is perhaps equally interesting and complex, its faint and a bit hidden underneath a mild primary flavor somewhat akin to composted wet wood.

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 3 g 2 OZ / 50 ML
Cwyn

I think I have the 2002 but I haven’t tried it yet.

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