2006 Ban Dong Qiao Mu

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  • “The first thing I noticed when opening the 25g sample pouch was a fairly pungent aroma that immediately reminded me of mesquite wood. I’m not a huge fan of barbecue-esque smokey teas, so I was a...” Read full tasting note

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Vintage sheng from Lincang tea company where was stored for few years and then brought to Kunming. Wet notes in medium pressed arbor tea leafs are very comfortable and make the overall tea soup body well balanced. Good quality tea material gives nice “hui gan” after few infusions, sweet mouthfeel with slight smokey notes is in present as well which makes a good choice for semi-dry pu-erh drinkers. Tea material is from spring harvest 2006 with substantial amount of “ma ti” giving you a proof of arbor tea material presence, is pressed in January 2008.

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The first thing I noticed when opening the 25g sample pouch was a fairly pungent aroma that immediately reminded me of mesquite wood. I’m not a huge fan of barbecue-esque smokey teas, so I was a bit taken aback. My other experiences with Bang Dong have been noticeably sweet, and this was at the other end of the spectrum – burly and savory.

It does carry over into the flavor of the tea, although it is much more muted. Overall, it is a savory pu’erh, whose primary flavors are mesquite wood and mushroom broth. Its sweetness comes from hints of horehound or sassafras and some sweet tobacco notes in the finish.

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