100 gram Nan Jian organic Brick 2010

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Campfire, Earth, Sweet, Wet Earth, Wood
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Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Marcus reed
Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 6 g 3 oz / 90 ml

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  • “this isn’t really a fair review, but i at least wanted to track that i had this one. I pulled this one out in an effort to start getting through more of my puerh and spent a chunk of time breaking...” Read full tasting note
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  • “6.24 grams 90ml glass gaiwan 8 second rinse 3/5/5/8/10/12/15/30/45/90/180 First steep noticed a metallic note but I admit I didn’t warm my teaware up prior to adding the leaf. Everything but the...” Read full tasting note
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A blend of 3 organically raised leaf types. Balanced, sweet, and complex. An excellent everyday ripe tea. Nan Jian is well know for its abilities to make teas that age very well.

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this isn’t really a fair review, but i at least wanted to track that i had this one. I pulled this one out in an effort to start getting through more of my puerh and spent a chunk of time breaking this one down. The brew for today was just a western brew of about 2 mins with the small bits that broke off. I’ll do a proper gonfu session with the better bits at a later date. I figure having this western is a good thing as well, since maybe i can start doing western brews with the teas i take to work.

initial western thoughts: wood,earth, sweet, smooth.

looking forward to trying this “properly” later on

Dexter

Yay you are drinking some of your pu’erh!!!!!

Sil

trying to! next year i will have a specific puerh sipdown goal.

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6.24 grams 90ml glass gaiwan
8 second rinse

3/5/5/8/10/12/15/30/45/90/180

First steep noticed a metallic note but I admit I didn’t warm my teaware up prior to adding the leaf.
Everything but the metallic note was good. Woody, earthy, subtle musty in a pleasant way.

Noticed more of a balanced flavor of wood earth with a dry sweetness quality around the 4th steep on.

Had a very gentle chaqi that uplifted me and warmed me up as well. Exactly what I was after this morning.

It’s a fairly complex tea but has a bit of fermentation flavor left yet. It faded quick but those sensitive to that be warned.

I think for the price it’s a wonderful tea to age. I might try to drink this one more often.
I have a feeling out of my seasoned yixing it will taste more rounded.

Overall I am satisfied with this tea.
Thanks mandala.

Flavors: Campfire, Earth, Sweet, Wet Earth, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 6 g 3 OZ / 90 ML

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