2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g

4.5 stars  4.5  1 review  Added 25.07.2013 by petroff, Tea status: [220] A 4790x
2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g
2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g 2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g 2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g
2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g 2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g 2011 Bulangshan Banpen Village Raw Puerh Cake 357g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: 05/2011 Banpen village, Bulang mountain, Menghai

Producer: Wan Bang Tea Company

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

This raw puerh cake is made of Wan Bang Tea House from Kunming. This product without neifei and printed wrapper is offer to other tea bussines partners who would prefer to their own wrapper. It uses early spring large leaves material with good portion wild arbor tea leaves. Banpen village is well know because it's near Banzhang.

Brewed tea have light yellow color with strong and great floral aroma filled the space soon ! Nice and long smell of tea linger in cups after drinking. Powerful but balanced, full and stimulation in mouth. Huigan is fast and long and not too bitter like Banzhang or Laomane teas. Rich and pleasant taste make this tea drinkable now.


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petroff
07.08.2013 17:44:29

Bulang from Banpen village

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Banpen village is located in the Bulang mountains (Xishuangbanna, Yunnan) about 15km north from famous Lao Ban Zhang. Tea has large leaves. Wet leaves are giving very intense sweet smell. They have very aromatic fragrance, slightly floral. Tea has a balanced taste with a very little and pleasant astringency. It has a full flavor with a long sweet finish. It is very good tea, I was pleased and ordered the whole cake for $15.50

Water 90°C - rinse 10s – 15s/10/15/20/30/40/50


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petroff
25.08.2013 19:31:36

I uploaded photos of Bulang Shan Banpen – the cake contains beautiful whole leaves and buds.

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