2010 Nan Mu Chun 'Spring Chorus' Wild Arbor Bu Lang Ripe Pe-Erh Tea Cake

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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 7 oz / 200 ml

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Entirely spring material from Bu Lang area old plantation and wild arbor tea plants. Expertly fermented in a Menghai area tea factory. Just 4000 kilograms in total produced from this premium material!

Relatively light fermentation gives this tea a nice rounded mouth feel. There is slight chocolate bitterness that quickly transforms into thick smooth sweetness. Alot of potential for aging with this incrediby delicious ripe Bu Lang mountain tea!

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This is a great tea. Nicely aged, very clean tasting. It’s simple but good. A bit pricey but for a well aged shu it is not a bad deal.

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I’ve had this one in storage for a little over a year and decided to add 1/2 the cake to my daily rotation box.

Despite advertising light fermentation, the tea liquor is very dark and rich. The flavor profile is also rich and not too earthy. Leather, dark cherry hardwood, bitter chocolate are noted with a smooth finish and a sweet thick aftertaste. This tea packs quite a punch too for a shou, fairly consistent with bulang area teas in my experience. I’m three steeps in and I’m feeling a little out there as I write this, perhaps I need to eat. Strong cha qi!

This is a great little shou from a smaller manufacturer. A great change of pace and an excellent tea. I’m looking forward to enjoying this one over the next few months.

Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 8 g 7 OZ / 200 ML

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