2007 Banzhang Tuocha Certificed Organic Raw tuocha

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Pu-erh Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Honeysuckle, Melon, Wood
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “Baqi! The first infusion gave me gut ache instantly. I had eaten. Smelled easy enough, bits of that rancid grape and dry vanilla or something. I came back 1/2 later. Infusion 2, 10s. More...” Read full tasting note
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2007 Banzhang Tuocha Certificed Organic tuo Raw 250g
Manufacturer: Menghai Banzhang Tea Factory (Lao Man E Brand)
The name Banzhang tuocha does not mean this tuo is from Banzhang village. It is only the commercial name for this product. Spring material from the Menghai area (most from Bulang mountain). Tastes of honey with a nice floral aroma. Huigan is quick, with a long herbal sweet aftertaste.

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Baqi! The first infusion gave me gut ache instantly. I had eaten. Smelled easy enough, bits of that rancid grape and dry vanilla or something. I came back 1/2 later. Infusion 2, 10s. More floral, lively in that semi-aged sense, color isn’t to dark, bonafide Yunnan storage.

Tremendous huigan and qi. Great thickness. Gut bomb. Goes down and starts making a hot war in the gut. It just starts churning and churning, building heat in the gut. You don’t know if the experience will turn pleasant or existential, beads of sweat from forehead.

About three yrs ago, i.e., ’14 or so, this company started charging more handsome prices for their newer productions. Even 10yrs into the game with Yunnan storage, it still kicks ass, but its deceptive. I have a cake from the same year, which is called Mingqian, which by contrast is very tame, except for the qi, which is very powerful.

Belching. Yeah. That happens with this one. Infusions 3-4 I back off on the time to just flash infusing. I’m a lightweight. The hue is orangy-yellow, brass with lots of zinc. There’s a metalic effect and taste along with a bit of sour orange juice. I’ve tasted that before and it seems like a signal that it needs more time, possibly more humidity in aging. Those tastes are coming from the florality. Attacks the throat.

It’s a slow drinker. One pot every hour at the most. A most belligerent production.

Flavors: Bitter, Honeysuckle, Melon, Wood

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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