2006 Ye Sheng Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha Raw 250g

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2006 Ye Sheng Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha Raw 250g
2006 Ye Sheng Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha Raw 250g 2006 Ye Sheng Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha Raw 250g 2006 Ye Sheng Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha Raw 250g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: Baoshan

Date of production: 2006

Producer: Menglong Tea Factory

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

The Menglong TF made this 250g tea brick from ancient wild tea tree material in 2006. Purple large leaves varietal tea is from Mengmao village, Baoshan region. This place is famous for wild arbor tea (Qiao Mu). It is the optimum ecological environment for the growth of grandifoliate planted tea trees. Four years proper store in Kunming makes the tea soup golden yellow, fruity aroma and a smooth flavour. The taste resembles some sorts of laocha(old oolong tea)! The packing paper is not original packaging. Xiaguan TF also took material from Baoshan for ancient wild tea products.


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„There is also a lack of formal definition for "gu shu." Some say "gu shu" should only refer to trees over 300 years of age, that is left to grow tall, and not pruned back. But in reality, most "gu shu" trees are cultivated, which entails annual pruning to encourage regrowth & lower branches for easy picking. A lot of "gu shu" on the market comes from trees as young as 100 years old, some of which is as short as 1.5m high. But a 100 year old tea tree growing in the wild can also grow higher than 3m high. Eventually the government will legislate what classifies as "gu shu." Until then, let the buyer beware!“

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Source Web: The Tea Urchin. Learning how to identify gu shu & make maocha[online]. 2011. Available on WWW: <http://teaurchin.blogspot.cz/2011/09/learning-how-to-identify-gu-shu-make.html>. [q937] [s107]





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