2015 Menghai 7542 Raw

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  • “I’m happy to have found this one still around on the internet. I didn’t see it on the YS website, but I’m 100% that’s where I picked it up a while back. It’s a beautiful tea. I had two full cakes,...” Read full tasting note
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I’m happy to have found this one still around on the internet. I didn’t see it on the YS website, but I’m 100% that’s where I picked it up a while back. It’s a beautiful tea. I had two full cakes, but the first came and went within a couple of months. It took me nearly two years to break into the second, but I’m nearly to the end of this fantastic blend. I’m happy that Moylor has it in stock; however, I’m trying to go until Fall 2020 before I buy anything else…

It’s a special puerh for two reasons: Firstly, it was one of the first young sheng blends that stood out; secondly, it was the first that I drank an entire cake. It’s sweet, mellow, astringent (only when pushed, but not even that much), and goes on for some time. I’ve turned this into a bi-weekly tea, since it’ll last me longer. Unfortunately, I’ve maybe two or three sessions left until this is tea dust and wrapper.

One last thing—despite the ‘age’ of it, I’m finding it to still have a reasonable price tag. And if I’m lucky, I may pick one cake up down the road…On the account that four remain on the Moylor website. ;)

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