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2012 Manzhuan Huang Shan Bing Cha

country of origin  China
 
 
Description

This sheng puerh comes from a jungle around Man Zhuan village in a legendary Yi Wu mountain range, region Meng La, Xi Shuang Banna prefecture. Maocha was mixed from leaves picked from semi-wild 50 - 70 years old trees. Tea was stored on Taiwan.
Lightly pressed big cake consist from excellent long tips of golden-brown colour and thick woody, even earthy aroma. It has quite rippened, harmonical balanced flavour profile with delicate compact sweet nutty flavour, high-grade woody tones and slight pepperness in aftertaste.

Brewing recommendations: 4–5 g of tea per 100 ml of boiling water, steep for 20, 15, 10… seconds. This tea is ideally prepared in a miniature teapot, shiboridashi or zhong and cup(s) of the same volume so that the entire content could be strained at once.

Story

Area: Meng La, Xi Shuang Banna Prefecture

Year: 2012

Značka: Sheng Puerh

Country of origin: China


  • Price: 18,74 €

    50g
    Alu pack


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  • Price: 131,18 €

    390g
    Cake 390 g


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