Yunnan ChiTsu Pingcha 2011 #7832

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Earth, Floral, Peat, Wood
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Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 10 g 12 oz / 350 ml

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  • “This tea needed 3 rinses because it was pretty dry. After the first couple of rinses I was smelling a very earthy and woody smell, also with a slight floral aroma. The leaves seemed to be quite...” Read full tasting note
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From CangYuan Wa Mountain Tea Factory

Yunnan ChiTsu Pingcha (also called Yuam Ha) is manufactured from Puerl Cha, a tea of world-wide fame. Through a process of optimum fermentation and high-temperature steaming and pressing. It affords a bright red-yellowish liquid with pure aroma and fine taste, and is characterized by a sweet aftertaste all it’s own. Drink a cup of this, and you will find it very refreshing and thirst quenching. It also aids your digestion and quickens your recovery from fatigue or intoxication.

- YUNNAN CANGYUAN WA MOUNTAIN TEA FACTORY

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This tea needed 3 rinses because it was pretty dry. After the first couple of rinses I was smelling a very earthy and woody smell, also with a slight floral aroma. The leaves seemed to be quite small (most likely due to it’s very dry storage), but they started to thicken up after a few steeps. The liquor was very dark, nearing dark brownish-red after the 4th steep. The first steep was a 25 second steep in 350mL of boiled spring water. The taste was very earthy with a slightly floral aftertaste at the back of the mouth. Next steep was 35 seconds. The liquor darkened much more over the course of the steepings. I increased the steep time by 10 seconds each steep until it became too astringent and bitter, I think it was around the 8th steep when it started to taste dead. Of course this could be stretched to around 12-15, but this was my first time experimenting with this cake. Overall the tea was light in texture and didn’t provide too much flavor. But I did enjoy the floral/fruity aftertaste that followed. Definitely suits me as a before bed tea. I will note here for personal use as I am forgetful that this tea did make my stomach feel a little uneasy afterwards. But I had drank about 5 different teas before this one on the same day. Probably a total volume of 5 liters of tea. Boy did I feel flush!

Flavors: Earth, Floral, Peat, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 10 g 12 OZ / 350 ML
CelticBrew

Getting 7 steeps out of it before it died is pretty impressive though!

dayton

I agree! Picked this 400 gram cake up today for a steal of a price. Just had to try it!

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