2005 LiMing 0432 1st Batch

Tea type
Pu'erh Pu'erh (sheng) Blend
Ingredients
Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Hay
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Vegan
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  • “The most disappointing showing for LiMing so far. Not undrinkable, just kind of bland to my taste buds. No harsh notes or anything, but the main flavor I get is just the typical semi-aged “puerh”...” Read full tasting note
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“0432” represents a significant milestone in the world of tea. Initiated in 2004, this series was crafted following an updated blend recipe of the 7540 series, positioning it as a counterpart to Dayi (Menghai Tea Factory)‘s 7542 and Xiaguan’s 8653. This blend is a testament to the evolving art of tea-making and the continuous pursuit of excellence in the tea industry.

One of the distinctive features of this 1st batch is the use of simplified Chinese characters on its wrapper, setting it apart from the 2nd batch, which features traditional Chinese characters. This distinction not only marks the different batches but also adds a cultural and historical depth to the tea, making it a collector’s item as well as a beverage.

The blend of the “0432” series is noteworthy for its complexity and refinement. Drawing inspiration from its famous counterparts, this tea offers a unique tasting experience that is both familiar to aficionados of the 7540 series and distinct in its own right.

Upon brewing, this tea presents a clear and bright liquor, indicative of its quality and careful processing. The natural storage in Guangzhou has played a crucial role in maturing this tea. This method of storage allows the tea to develop a rich depth of flavor and aroma over time, contributing to its unique character.

The taste profile of the 2005 LiMing “0432” is marked by its balance and harmony. The tea has matured beautifully over the years, offering a taste that is both complex and approachable. Its natural aging process has enhanced its flavors, making it an excellent choice for those seeking to explore the nuanced world of aged Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea.

In summary, the 2005 LiMing “0432” 1st Batch Cake is a remarkable example of the evolution of tea blending and production. Its historical significance, marked by the use of simplified Chinese characters on the wrapper, combined with the influence of renowned tea series like the 7542 and 8653, make it a unique and valuable addition to any tea collection. The Guangzhou natural storage has only further enhanced its appeal, making it a highly recommended choice for both tea connoisseurs and casual drinkers alike.

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The most disappointing showing for LiMing so far. Not undrinkable, just kind of bland to my taste buds. No harsh notes or anything, but the main flavor I get is just the typical semi-aged “puerh” note that’s difficult to put a finger on. For this price, it’s certainly not worth it. One more sample of LiMing to try before I’m done with the bunch. Doubting any can compare to the Light of Dawn. Strange how inconsistent their teas seem to be. Makes sampling broadly all the more important.

Flavors: Hay

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