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  • Mengku Great Snow Mountain 2010 Spring
    $179.00
    500g
    Mengku Great Snow Mountain 2010 Spring
    Mengku Great Snow Mountain 2010 Spring
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  • 2001 Zhongcha - Ba Zhong
    $219.00
    357g
    2001 Zhongcha - Ba Zhong
    This 2001 CNNP cake is colloquially known to pu'er collectors as "Ba Zhong" because it has eight "中“ characters around the central, green "茶" character. Aged in Taiwan and acquired by Tea Urchin in 2014. It has an aroma of camphor and fermented fruit. A manly tea, with a touch of smoke and some bitterness, suggesting Bulang leaves in the source material. Thick mouthfeel, even a little silt-grain at the finish.
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  • Bulang 2010 Spring
    $74.00
    357g
    Bulang 2010 Spring
    A fantastic blend of Bulang leaves, this great value cake was produced by our friend Mr. Yu under his private label Che Ma Xuan in Spring of 2010. The Chinese character "qian" 乾 on the front of the cake refers to tea trees planted during the reign of the Qianlong emperor (1736-1795). A floral barnyard aroma fills the empty cup. This is a "gentle" Bulang, it has bitterness if pushed, but with the bitterness comes a pleasing sweet aftertaste on the tongue. A little leaf goes a long way with this cake. Really enjoyable.
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  • 2004 Zhongcha
    $129.00
    357g
    2004 Zhongcha
    This 2004 CNNP "he xiang" raw cake is famous for its fine aroma reminiscent of lotus leaf. Aged in Malaysia for 10 years and acquired by Tea Urchin in 2014.
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  • 1998 Menghai Factory - Red Mark Red Ribbon
    $699.00
    357g
    1998 Menghai Factory - Red Mark Red Ribbon
    The 1998 Red Mark Red Ribbon (勐海茶厂红中红丝带) is one of the most famous and high quality cakes produced by the Menghai factory in the late 1990s. It has a signature red ribbon embedded in the cake, and this particular batch has benefited from great storage in Taiwan with natural humidity. Liquor - cola colored with a reddish orange tinge. Aroma - sweet dates, medicinal, aged agar wood. Taste: Dates and goji berries, old leather, flavorful tannins, complex, with a sweetness that builds through the infusions. Mouthfeel - thick, full, some fine silt. Aftertaste - subtle, enticing throat & tongue coating huigan. Chaqi - very noticeable energetics, starting in upper chest like an inflating rising bubble, can get a little giddy. Spreads to the arms by end of session. Stamina - up to 10 infusions. A fantastic, rare find.
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  • 1998 Zhongcha 8582
    $239.00
    357g
    1998 Zhongcha 8582
    Made in 1998, this 8582 recipe raw puer cake is just as good as contemporaries produced by the famous Menghai tea factory, but is available at a much lower price. A cake for drinkers, not just collectors. Aged in Taiwan, it is neither dry nor wet but somewhere in between.
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  • Yiwu 2009 Spring
    $79.00
    357g
    Yiwu 2009 Spring
    Aged in Yunnan this is a tasty, well balanced cake, very enjoyable to drink today. A great example of clean humid aging, not too wet, not too dry. A good value everyday drinker for those who like a bit of age on their sheng.
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  • Chen Sheng Yi Hao 2010 Spring
    $199.00
    400g
    Chen Sheng Yi Hao 2010 Spring
    Chen Sheng made Lao Ban Zhang famous by monopolizing the supply and building a large factory in the village. 陈升一号 is the signature blend from the Chen Sheng factory and contains enough Bulang and Banzhang material to deliver a mouthful of strong flavors and a powerful chaqi. Our cakes are from the first production run of 2010, and already show promising signs of aging.
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  • Lang He 2010 Yu Pin
    $60.00
    400g
    Lang He 2010 Yu Pin
    "Yu Pin" is a 400g ripe puer cake, produced by 郎河 Lang He tea factory under their private label 老茶坊 "Lao Cha Fang." Ripe puerh is Lang He's specialty, the founder Mr. Yang believes there's more artistry in making ripe versus raw, and he always supervises the fermentation process himself. Lang He's lighter fermentation process results in a lighter, sweeter liquor that is free of that fishy wo dui flavour common in heavily fermented shu. The proof is in the pudding. This Yu Pin won the bronze award at the 2010 Yunnan tea expo for best shu puer.
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