Righteousness

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  • “I have learned that teas stored as maocha then pressed into a cake lose something vital in the process, and IMHO do not age well. They are not necessarily “bad”, but they are lacking. This cake...” Read full tasting note
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From Global Tea Hut

Our dear brother and tea friend of more than two decades, Mr. Liang, whom many of you have met on our annual Global Tea Hut trips, set out to make one perfect cake for his retirement. He is building a house in the mountains and wanted one last great cake to grow with him into old age. He took his thirty years of puerh experience and made an incredibly righteous cake!

Mr. Liang purchased all the tea from a wild forest in Bulang, wherein most of the trees are 100-200 years old. He paid a deposit and collected the entire harvest for five years. He aged the tea in Yunnan until all five years were collected. He then blended the best three years together and pressed the tea into cakes this year.

These 380-gram cakes are absolutely stunning. They have a beautiful mouthfeel and some of the most incredible Qi of any puerh we have tried. They are perfect for aging, already darker
brand new than a lot of 7-10-year-old sheng teas. This is how tea was made back in the day, when it was made for aging.

The mature, woody flavors and deep power of this tea were too much to keep to ourselves, so we got some cakes for you guys as well, but supplies are very limited. The Center is aging as much of this cake as Mr. Liang will sell us! We suggest you try it and do the same if you feel as we do. Each cake is $150 + shipping. Every cake comes in a round puerh box

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I have learned that teas stored as maocha then pressed into a cake lose something vital in the process, and IMHO do not age well. They are not necessarily “bad”, but they are lacking. This cake suffers that same fate. The material seems robust like a lot of larger leaves possibly grade 8, possibly some huangpian, but this cake is lacking. Lacking flavor, mouthfeel, body, and qi. Its just sort of bland. No way else to describe it. I wish GTH would offer samples, and tea after tea, I am let down again and again. At this point I can’t recommend a single tea from GTH, I can’t risk purchasing whole cakes after being constantly let down, and I have not had one yet that I thought was worth the purchase or much less that I would repurchase. My GTH teas are my least drank teas that I only drink here and there when I forget how unimpressive they are.

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