2006 Haiwan Chen Xiang Zhuan Cha (Aged Fragrance) brick Ripe

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 4 oz / 110 ml

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  • “This morning’s shu. The brick is made of quality leaf picked from high mountains in Menghai County during the early spring season (Ming Qian Cha). Considering that this is a brick, it seems quite...” Read full tasting note

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2006 Haiwan ChenXiang Zhuan(Aged Fragrance)Ripe 250g
Chen Xiang means Aged Fragrance. This brick tea is compressed using tea leaves and buds picked in the high mountains of Menghai County during the early spring season (Ming Qian Cha). It is ready for drinking but will definitely improve with further aging. Although Haiwan Tea Factory is a fairly new company, it is owned and managed by the former manager of Menghai Tea Factory, Mr. Zhou Bing Liang. He is personally responsible for the quality assurance of Haiwan’s product, thus you can expect very good quality Pu-erh from this company.

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This morning’s shu. The brick is made of quality leaf picked from high mountains in Menghai County during the early spring season (Ming Qian Cha). Considering that this is a brick, it seems quite easy to pick off material to use in the tea session. Chocolate brown (after 9 years of aging in China) whole leaves mixed with pieces and stems. After a 5 second rinse the 10 second infusion produces a clear mahogany colored liquor. Very pleasant sweet, earthy sip with a hint of spice and a creamy essence. The aroma is rich and full. Good for at least five very flavorful infusions. Found at Tea Spring.

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 4 OZ / 110 ML

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