2013 Menghai "Wu Zi Deng Ke"

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  • “I very much enjoyed this tea. First steep, very slightly fishy, but nice. Hints of cherry. Second steep, cleaner. Beautiful color. Not as damp and musty as some Dayi ripes. Further steeps were...” Read full tasting note
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2013 Menghai Dayi Wu Zi Deng Ke Ripe 150g
This is Menghai Tea Factory’s archetypal ripe tea product. Since it was first developed in the 1970’s, it has used golden haired fine leaves for the cake surface and fat green leaves for the center.
Moderately fermented, it is brownish red in color, yielding a bright red broth. The overall quality is high, and this product enjoys broad acclaim.

The name is derived from a Chinese proverb: Wu Zi Deng Ke – five sons passing the imperial examination in ancient China, it is a propitious proverb in Chinese.

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I very much enjoyed this tea.
First steep, very slightly fishy, but nice. Hints of cherry. Second steep, cleaner. Beautiful color. Not as damp and musty as some Dayi ripes. Further steeps were also quite good, though with a hint of bitterness. Nice depth, somewhat rich. I would say it is in the middle of the road in terms of body. This is a very solid little cake, I will have to get a couple more! Very drinkable, with no need to age in my opinion.

mrmopar

Oh but they do deepen with age.

looseTman

That’s good to know – Thanks!

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