2006 Jinggu Ripe Dragon Egg Pu-erh Tea

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  • “Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge – April Tea #8: A pu’erh tea No idea how I finished this already!   I must have shared it a lot.  (But then @Rich and I are the only Steepsterers who wrote a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I think this is the lightest shu I’ve ever tried. It is very smooth, no earthiness, just a light flavor. Good quality, I do like it. It’s different, and interesting!” Read full tasting note
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2006 Jinggu Ripe Dragon Egg Pu-erh Tea (景谷龙蛋熟茶)

It’s not something you can just get it anywhere but here, our best procurement in 2013 Spring.

Almost flawless, it’s absolutely the best ripe tea from Jinggu area, pure, sweet, smooth and round. Talking about the throat feel after drinking this tea, it’s amazingly comfortable.

This is a high quality ripe pu-erh tea made by using early spring ancient tree materials from Jinggu. It brews a superb nice tea, very impressive, good even for a person whom never heard of Pu-rh tea. I am running out the admiration words for this tea.

Vintage 2006

Factory Jinggu Heli Tea Factory

Form Tuocha alike

Genre Shu/Ripe/Cooked/fermented

Typical Weight 100 grams/3.52 oz.

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Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge – April Tea #8: A pu’erh tea

No idea how I finished this already!   I must have shared it a lot.  (But then @Rich and I are the only Steepsterers who wrote a note, so I guess this puerh was not much to write about.)   I bought this for the interesting concept of a dragon egg, but it looks like I never loved it and actually noticed some astringency eight years ago.   And I’m noticing it again.  I have hardly ever noticed an astringency in puerh, so this is weird.  Not only that, the third steep is a bit thin.  Very odd.
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Flavors: Astringent

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I think this is the lightest shu I’ve ever tried. It is very smooth, no earthiness, just a light flavor. Good quality, I do like it. It’s different, and interesting!

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