2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g

2.0 stars  2.0  1 review  Added 24.10.2012 by Eternal Spring, Tea status: [119] A 3366x
2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g
2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g
2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g
2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g
2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g 2006 Bailong TF Jinggu "Da Bai Hao" 357g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Harvest: 5/2006

Producer: Jinggu Bai Long Tea Factory

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

Jinggu area, it's famous for one of varietal tea trees – Da Bai Hao – “Big White tomentum”. The tea leaves and buds with dense white tomentum are larger than other tea variety. Its delicate aroma is sweet and appealing, its taste is thick mellow and unforgettable.

Sun dried 2006 spring material, compression is medium. Sweet, light floral with comfortable mouth feel. This tea is good to drink now.

Yunnan Jinggu Tea Mill was founded in1958 and used to be one of the six CNNP manufacturer with code name "5". In the end of 2003, it has been reformed to privately owned enterprise JingGu White Dragon Tea Industry Co., LTD.


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Eternal Spring
02.01.2013 20:19:01
Eternal Spring

Well, nothing special

5 stars 2.0 This review helped: 0 / 0

Well it is a good tea, but for me a bit too old. I prfer more fresh Sheg Pu-erh teas.


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