2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g

4.0 stars  4.0  1 review  Added 15.02.2013 by Ondřej, Tea status: [145] A 6436x
2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g
2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g 2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g 2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g
2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g 2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g 2012 Mangzhi Huang Shan Cha Xiao Bing 200g

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Producer: Mingshan tea house

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

This tea came from Mangzhi mountain which is located in the west of Xiangming village Mengla county, and next to the Gedeng mountain. Mangzhi tea mountain once had a very glorious history, but suffered a setback in the local wars during the end of the Qing Dynasty.

Early spring harvest from wild arbor tea trees. Traditional “sha-qing” (kill-green) processing in wok and sun-dried. Select maocha was pressed by stone to this small pretty cake.

A pleasing depth of natural flavor and wild fruits, beautifully soft mouth feel, finishing with round and mellow aftertaste.

This tea is made in small quantities by Mingshan tea house, 7 cakes in one bamboo tong.

Huang Shan 荒山 : Wilderness


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Eternal Spring
18.03.2013 14:38:39
Eternal Spring

Wild tea trees from Mangzhi

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Firmly pressed cake in sizes Xiao Bing 200g. The taste is full, spicy, with a slight bitterness of wild tea trees. Hui Gan is very fast. Leaving pleasant, sweet aftertaste. Very stimulative tea. Very good choice. Purchased for $12,50.

Gaiwan 170ml, 7g, water 100°C – first wash 5s - 15/5/10/15/20/25/30/40/60/120


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Quotes - Pu-erh


„To produce pu'er, many additional steps are needed prior to the actual pressing of the tea. First, a specific quantity of dry máochá or ripened tea leaves pertaining to the final weight of the bingcha is weighed out. The dry tea is then lightly steamed in perforated cans to soften and make it more tacky. This will allow it to hold together and not crumble during compression. “

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q503] [s62]





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„The leaves are then dry pan-fried using a large wok in a process called "kill green" (殺青; pinyin: shā qīng), which arrests most enzyme activity in the leaf and prevents full oxidation. After pan-frying, the leaves are rolled, rubbed, and shaped into strands through several steps to lightly bruise the tea and then left to dry in the sun.“

Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q494] [s62]

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