2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g

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2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g
2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g
2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g
2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g
2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g 2005 (2015) Chawangpu Bulang Shan Old Tree Xiao Bing 200g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: Spring 2005

Date of production: pressed April 2015

Producer: Cha Wang Shop Exclusive Products

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

This tea was found in friend´s warehouse in Menghai where was stored since 2005. Clean but tropical storage change the taste very nice. Large strong leaves with fat buds.

Smooth, sweet aged woody and ripe fruit taste, slightly very comfortable bitterness, fast huigan.

Production date : harvest Spring 2005, pressed 2015/4
Harvest Area : Bulang mountain, Menghai
Weight : 200g per cake, 5 cakes in bamboo tong (1kg)


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