2006 Dayi 7542 Green Pu-erh Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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5 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “5.4g, gaiwan, 100mL I brewed this past midnight during midterms prep, so I was cranky and didn’t continue infusing. Notes are sparse and probably reflect as much. same dry leaf smell as rest of PS...” Read full tasting note

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This is the most popular Dayi branded cake, a classic recipe since 1975. Even though it is made by using blended plantation tea leaves, it wins by its unparalleled performance seen during last few decades.

We consider it a benchmark Pu-erh tea everyone should at least own a piece of it.

Once again, some may argue that this tea cake looks so young, it cannot be a vintage 2006 tea. But we consider it to reflect a true ‘Kunming storage’.

The infusion yields a strong liquor that is bitter but finishes with a sweet aftertaste. The brewed broth is light yellowish, you can feel strong cha qi, not something you would drink with an empty stomach.

Pu-erh Tea Cake 357g Unfermented or raw Vintage 2006 Medium class Caffeine: Moderate

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5.4g, gaiwan, 100mL

I brewed this past midnight during midterms prep, so I was cranky and didn’t continue infusing. Notes are sparse and probably reflect as much.

same dry leaf smell as rest of PS order: dates and dried fruit. Something is up with their storage or my nose. Maybe one, maybe both. First time getting a surprise with the leaves: leaves had a piece of straw/hay inside. lol.

212f, 1×5s rinse
200f: wet leaves exude strong smoke. Lots of stems in this sample.

5s: unpleasantly smoky. Hint of date on the aftertaste. Sharp note.

12s: Sharp and smoky. Cooling on aftertaste with slight sweet.

Preparation
5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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