2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai

4.5 stars  4.5  1 review  Added 22.04.2014 by sypalino, Tea status: [350] A 4996x
2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai
2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai 2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai 2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Producer: CNNP

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Description:

This tea most closely resembles CNNP 7532, but we are labeling it as tiepai [pasted brand] because it is too difficult to pinpoint the exact origins of the cake and we do not want to misrepresent it. Stored in Guangdong province, this tea has a slight humidity to it, but the cakes and tea are very clean. Some cakes have a neifei [inner ticket] buried in the middle of the cake, some are on the surface, and one cake we opened did not have a neifei.


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sypalino
22.04.2014 10:52:54

2000 CNNP 7532 Tiepai

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The tea was stored in a humid environment, dry leaf smells quite earthy. Individual brews are beautifully clear, color is orange to deep red, the flavor is beautifully nutty with a hint of earthiness, it slightly tickle in my throat. The tea has a very relaxing cha-qi and great stamina.
Excellent tea for, I'd say, a fair price.

5g/110 ml yixing

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