2015 DaYi 7542 1st Batch

Tea type
Pu'erh Pu'erh (sheng) Blend
Ingredients
Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Astringent, Spices, Vegetal, Wet Earth
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Compressed, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
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Edit tea info Last updated by Marshall Weber
Average preparation
3 g 2 oz / 60 ml

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  • “7542, take 2. Different vendor, different year. From a fresh order of KTM samples, most of which are shou. Had I known how hyped the 2010 vintage is before making this order, I would have gotten a...” Read full tasting note
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Origination:

“7542” is a series with recipe created first in “1975” year mainly using “4th” grade tea leaf in blended tea materials and initially manufactured by Menghai tea factory represented with serial number “2” during national tea factories in the past history period. A great success on puerh raw blend tea recipe. (More detailed background info of tea naming, history and Menghai tea factory, please refer to our blog)

Taste:

With tiny buds covering the surface and fat and strong tea materials as inner body. Aromatic, fruity. Rich tea flavor comes with great Huigan (returning sweetness).

Storage:

Guangzhou natural storage.

Remark:

Called as “Benchmark” in puerh raw tea world.

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7542, take 2. Different vendor, different year. From a fresh order of KTM samples, most of which are shou. Had I known how hyped the 2010 vintage is before making this order, I would have gotten a sample of that instead haha.

This one is hands-down better than the 2006 vintage. Not sure how much of the difference is due to storage parameters. Pleasant tea to drink, although I cannot discern much flavor no matter how hard I try. Mouthfeel is neither watery nor full. No bitterness with low astringency. 10+ infusions. Like its predecessor, this tea is also heady, with cha qi kicking in at infusion 7-8.

I find it hard to fathom that the 2010 vintage is superior enough to this tea to warrant caking it. Perhaps I’m wrong, however, and the vintage really does matter that much. Or maybe I just don’t enjoy the cha qi experience as much as others?

Flavors: Astringent, Spices, Vegetal, Wet Earth

Preparation
3 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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