2018 Menghai DaYi V93 Premium Ripe Pu-erh Tea Tuo

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  • “This is a very common mass-produced puerh. I tried , I think, the 2012 pressing before and it was quite smooth and pleasing. This pressing is quite young and it shows with a noticeable fermentation...” Read full tasting note
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This is a classic Ripe tea blend, called “V93”, it was first released in 2005 and quickly became one the most expensive ripe teas on the market. To this day the 2005 and 2006 V93 Ripe productions have commanded very high prices due to the fact that this is one of the most sought after Ripe teas for everyday drinking. It is smooth and full in the mouth. It is fermented just enough to break down the bitterness of raw pu-erh while lightly fermented enough to preserve the stimulating cha qi and hui gan of a raw pu-erh. After-taste is sweet and thick.

Net Weight: 500 grams per bag (5 tuos at 100 grams each)

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This is a very common mass-produced puerh. I tried , I think, the 2012 pressing before and it was quite smooth and pleasing. This pressing is quite young and it shows with a noticeable fermentation smell. The taste is familiar: smooth, slight decay, vegetables, sweetness and just trace notes of bitterness. It’s not very complex, and no long tail present.

This puerh will undoubtedly improve with age, lose its fishy smell and add some complexity. But it is quite palatable right now for those who want a smooth, warming shou that is very tolerant of over-steeping.

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