2015 White 2 Tea Pin

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2015 White 2 Tea Pin
2015 White 2 Tea Pin 2015 White 2 Tea Pin 2015 White 2 Tea Pin
2015 White 2 Tea Pin

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: 2013,2014,2015

Date of production: 10/2015

Shop: White 2 Tea

White 2 Tea

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2015 Pin Raw Puer Tea 200g from White2tea. The Pin is a blend of three years of high quality material (2013, 2014, and 2015) with Lincang character. The tea has a sweet flavor and a heavy fragrance. The texture of the soup is much smoother than our other 2015 productions due to the blended material from previous years, which was stored in Menghai prior to pressing. An excellent tea to drink now or save to drink several years down the line.


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sypalino
07.12.2015 09:07:02

I decided to taste this tea 2 weeks after delivery. The cake is lightly pressed, so it’s quite easy to separate a piece of tea. The tea was pressed in October 2015 and it look like a very fresh tea despite the fact that the material comes from years 2013 till 2015. Rinsed leave smell grassy, floral and sweet. Infusions are full, sweet with delicate floral aroma with a hint of astringency. It is easy drinking tea, now. It has good stamina, I prepared 8 good brews, then the teas has lost its power. Anyway, it’s quite stimulating tea. Producer/seller is saying that the tae will rapidly develop in a few months. So, I am looking forward :-)

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