2007 Jingmai Qiao Mu “0502”

3.5 stars  3.5  1 review  Added 19.05.2013 by sypalino, Tea status: [191] A 7529x
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Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: mid-April 2007

Producer: Lancang Tea Factory

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

Use Jingmai mountain arbor (Qiao Mu) tea which picked before Grain Rain (mid-April) as raw material, this traditional stone pressed cake is one of the most attractive raw puerh in our store. When make the tea, the house can be filled with fruity fragrance. It is a very enjoyable experience. Bright yellow infusions, with honey sweet taste and light apricot aroma, rich and balanced. After 4 years dry storing in Kunming, 0502 is very good for drink now. And this tea will be continued to improve with aging.


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sypalino
19.05.2013 22:43:15

2007 Jingmai Qiao Mu “0502”

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I bought two cakes about two years ago. I did not manage to prepare it for my full satisfaction, tea was quite good, but there was quite bitterness. I put it away, and from time to time I am trying to sample it again. Now, after about two years, there is the new smoky component, quite pleasant, but it's on the edge ;-)

My preparation was: 7g/130 ml Yixing teapot, water 95 and about 20/10/15/25/30/40/50/60/75. Maybe it could help to prepare it with colder water. I will give it a try and let you know.


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