2001 Xiaguan 8653 Iron Cake

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Pu-erh Tea
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Beany, Cocoa, Mineral, Oak, Red Fruits, Vanilla
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  • “An amazing high quality semiaged sheng with still some bitterness and no earthiness. Clear, lively, and well-defined lingering taste, and a complex fragrance with notes of vanilla, oak, chocolate,...” Read full tasting note
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Xiaguan’s classic 8653 recipe was first developed in 1986 and produced for many years since then. Our offering is the 8653 blend pressed in 2001. The pressing was done with an iron press and the cake is tightly compressed and has a coin-like flat edge.

The 2001 version of this cake is a classic, and the cake which we are offering here has been aged in Kunming since 2001. 15 years of Kunming storage has given this cake an aged feeling but not compromising it’s character or powerful taste and cha qi.

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An amazing high quality semiaged sheng with still some bitterness and no earthiness. Clear, lively, and well-defined lingering taste, and a complex fragrance with notes of vanilla, oak, chocolate, beans, and dark fruit.

Flavors: Beany, Cocoa, Mineral, Oak, Red Fruits, Vanilla

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