2019 Yunnan Sourcing "Zheng Qi Tang" Raw Pu-erh Tea Cake

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  • “First tasting of a 25 gram sample. 12/8/2020 5 am Hawaii pot with water just off boil. Cashews and CBD. Very relaxed. Feeling inspired to goal set – pave way for a productive and effective day at...” Read full tasting note
  • “Nice. It has a frivolous flowery aspect that is strong after the rinse, and gradually fades in the later steeps, when the tea becomes more mineral, not so much vegetal. Not so much fruity and...” Read full tasting note
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Zheng Qi Tang is a small village in eastern Mengku county at an altitude of 2000 meters! You can find 正气塘 here!

This is our first ever Zheng Qi Tan village production and were excited to offer this unique and flavorful tea! Burly wild arbor tea leaves picked in the autumn were processed entirely by hand from start to finish (wok kill-green, bamboo mat rolling, sun-drying, and stone-pressing).

Net Weight: 400 grams per cake (7 cakes per bamboo leaf tong)
Harvest time: October 2019
Harvest Area: Zheng Qi Tan Village, Mengku County, Lincang Prefecture
Total Production amount: 50 kilograms

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First tasting of a 25 gram sample. 12/8/2020 5 am
Hawaii pot with water just off boil.
Cashews and CBD. Very relaxed.
Feeling inspired to goal set – pave way for a productive and effective day at work.

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Nice. It has a frivolous flowery aspect that is strong after the rinse, and gradually fades in the later steeps, when the tea becomes more mineral, not so much vegetal. Not so much fruity and succulent, but more cooling and refreshing, hard to explain but I enjoy this tea. A little drying, but not in a bad way. Quite powerful.

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