2007 DaYi GongTingQingBing Cake 250g Puerh Raw Tea Sheng Cha

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Description

Explanation:

Series and individual product name “宫gong廷ting青qing饼bing” which has two meanings of “Palace Green Cake” directly translated and the highest tea grade on fresh tea leaves. In Qing dynasty, the youngest tea leaf with one leaf and one bud was picked up and taken as “贡gong茶cha” just for drinking by emperor and royal family according to “普洱茶记” a book recorded puerh tea from some respects written by “阮ruan福fu”(1801~1875). So “GongTing” is given as a name of the highest tea grade material.

Character:

Abundant flavor like orchid, sugar and wood. Various taste feeling during whole tea session.

Tea Gender:

Sheng cha which will continuously ferment by complicate chemical reaction of Oxygen, Microbes, Enzyme and other substances contained in tea leaf. And this process is called natural fermentation or evolution which will get better effect under ideal storage condition of humidity around 75% and temperature near 20-25 Celsius with airflow and should be hidden from sun light.

Batch:

701

Storage:

Guangzhou city stored till now. Clean and dry.

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Additional information

Weight 250 g

1 review for 2007 DaYi GongTingQingBing Cake 250g Puerh Raw Tea Sheng Cha

  1. seanhaibao

    This gongting cake is wonderfully fragrant. I brewed it up in a 100ml gaiwan, using water just off the boil, and very quick flash steeps. The warm leaf is soothingly sweet and floral. After giving the leaves a quick rinse, I took a whiff of the lid. The aroma was the most pungently floral (in a good way, but WOW powerful) orchid and honey smell. The tea soup was silky smooth, and had some wonderful bitterness up front. This tea produces a very strong huigan. A wonderful aftertaste of honey/honeysuckle stayed afterward for a very long time. I am a big fan of long lasting fragrances. I must say that while I don’t know exactly how long all of these teas have been stored with John in Guangzhou, I must say that I am a fan. Similarly aged teas from kunming (which I am also a huge fan of) while very floral, aren’t quite as smoothed out as John’s GZ storage appears to be. This same cake stored even dryer might be a wonderful experience, but I might caution a few more years to round it out. Dayi’s gongting qingbing is a bombshell of fragrance. I wouldn’t say for me this is a daily drinker, but something I want to visit often.

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