2009 Menghai Dayi 8363 Ripe Pu Er Cake

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Pu-erh Tea
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Drying, Earth, Wood
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Menghai 8363 ripe Pu Er tea is one of the conventional ripe tea products in Menghai factory, and ranks the highest grade among all the other medium level ripe teas from Menghai tea factory.

Well-selected the buds Maocha on the surface of the cake, the main Maocha is between 3-6 grades. This tea enjoys pure and high aroma, with thick and strong taste. If stroges for several years, its taste will become more rich. This tea, like 7572, has been regarded as the standand ripe Pu Er tea to judge the quality of other ripe Pu Er tea. Good for storage and investment.

Tea tree: Bush Pu Er tea

Harvest time: 2009 spring

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Well this was a nice and unexpected find today while I hunted for ripe Pu Erh on my tea shelf. I bought this a year or so ago and it completely slipped my mind, luckily it has been stored well so hopefully the additional year of ageing will keep it smooth. Though I have no means for comparison as this is my first steep from the cake. It was only a fairly cheap cake so I suppose on the whole it won’t matter about the additional ageing.

Breaking out my Yixing for this as I hope to have a Pu Erh day. My husband admitted to me yesterday that he really likes Pu Erh, he doesn’t usually show emotion to anything so for him to say he likes anything is major.

The Pu Erh is made from dark and medium brown leaves and sticks, along with a few golden tips present amongst the cake. It smells like Autumn, it’s dry and woody, with a dark mist feel. My mind is taken to a forest in China with light rain and cool temperature with an array of similar smells to this Pu Erh.

My first bowl has light musk and wooden flavour with some sweetness. Also hints of smoke and dampness. Rich in flavour overall though a nice balance of flavours.

More steeps have similarity, remains relatively smooth with a gentle sour touch in the after taste. No fishy flavours.

Even further steeps bring out more dampness with a slight bitterness but nothing major.

I’m very happy with this Pu Erh, for being a cheap cake from Royal Tea Bay (on eBay) it’s a nice every day tea. A nice start to my Pu Erh day, also a hit with my husband. I looked for more info on this one but unfortunately they don’t sell it any more and my Google search ended up empty. Shame but just means I will have to enjoy it while I have it.

Flavors: Drying, Earth, Wood

SarsyPie

Ooohhh… I want this now! LOL

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