2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g

2.5 stars  2.5  1 review  Added 13.12.2013 by Eternal Spring, Tea status: [307] A 3306x
2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g
2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g
2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g
2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g 2007 Longyu Brand Bulangshan Jin Cha Ripe 250g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: 2006 large-leaves material from Bulang mountain

Date of production: 2007

Producer: Yiliang Xiang Long Tea Factory

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

Jin Cha(mushroom) is especially for Tibetan market, used to be mixed with milk, it is very helpful for the digestion.

Using 2006 large-leaves material from Bulang mountain. After artificial moderate fermentation and high temperature pressed into the mushroom shape in 2007. Breved tea have deep red color, smooth and sweet.

Yiliang Xiang Long TF was established in 2003, existing staff and workshop equipment come from the original Yiliang tea factory which has been a part of Yunnan tea import and export company. Leading founder Bai Wenxiang was puer tea processing manager of Yunnan tea import and export company from 1998 to 2003.


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Eternal Spring
16.12.2013 14:42:25
Eternal Spring

Average Tea

5 stars 2.5 This review helped: 0 / 0

Wet leaves are giving off a very earthy smell. Fruitiness in the aroma is not significant.

Very dark infusion. The taste is very earthy. Sweetness is comming back to the mouth in the aftertaste, but it is still quite overlapped by earthiness. There is also a light smokiness in the mouth in aftertaste.

The taste is rather "sharper" and earthier. There is also some energy in tea. I am sipping my tea in the morning on an empty stomach and I can feel light hint of energy in my head.

Longer steeping is producing very thick consistency brew. It is then leaving a slightly irritating scratchy and bitter feeling in the throat. Shorter infusions are OK.

It is an average tea. Missing the complexity of flavors, mostly dominated by earthiness. Suitable for unpretentious tea-lover, or to treat hangover - when the taste buds are crippled by an alcohol – it will certainly do its job :-)
Price is good and matches the quality of tea $ 8.80 for 250g mushroom.

8g per 170ml - rinsing - 20s/7/10/12/15/20/30


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