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Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Date of production: private production “Zhong Cha Gong Si”

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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„tailor-made” private production “Zhong Cha Gong Si”

This tea was stored for the whole time in Guangzhou, moved to Taiwan in July 2013.

7581 is the number and formula which originated in Kun Ming Tea Factory, the earliest production was in 1970 decade and famous for the fragrance of jujube. 75 means the year they started to use this recipe, the 8 means the grade of tea leaves are larger and older and with some stems, the 1 refers to the factory code which is CNNP

This 7581 year 2002 is really different from year 1998, because the tea leaves are bigger than year 1998 one, the taste is sheng and shu together.


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Eternal Spring
11.12.2013 22:28:36
Eternal Spring

Shu and Sheng Together

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The tea from 2002 has a larger and more diverse color of leaves. Some leaves are lighter, others darker. Four years older 7581 has already more compact structure of a typical Shu and the color is more uniform - dark brown. One cannot therefore confuse these two teas.
After rinsing the tea smells at first after nuts, then the smell passes into more fruity tones.
Tea is less pressed and a piece disintegrates immediately upon pouring, so I let the first steeping only 10s. The flavor is nutty with woody notes. Earthiness is very soft. The aftertaste is sweet with astringency at the end.

After the first infusion tea in a teapot has disintegrated into individual leaves. These are really great and entire leaves. The smell has almost no earthiness and there is prevailing fruity aroma of ripe fruit with nuts.
I am leaving the second infusion only 7s - Tea intensely heats the bottom Dantien. Heat pleasantly rises in the chest. In the mouth it leaves a pleasant sweet feeling - as Sheng’s Hui Gan

The third infusion 12s - I cannot get enough of the smell of wet leaves. I like the transition between subtle earthiness and fruitiness. Leaves also look like a very old Sheng. Interesting is the aftertaste after the third cup – there is a certain earthiness combined with sweet Hui Ganem. Energy already arrived to the head. Very nice.
From the 6 brew there are just woody and bamboo flavors dominating the taste and tea weakens. 4g per 150 ml is not enough I guess.

Very surprising tea, also when you consider the price of $25 for 250g brick. It is a very good and interesting tea.

4g per 150 ml - rinse - 10/7/12/20/25/30/40/50


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