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Cracking!Review by Chris
I'm absolutely new to Puerh tea and a self confessed amateur! This is my first real tea cake and I think it is an absolute cracker, it's smells nutty and of honey...brilliant and what a start!(Posted on 12/21/15)
Smooth and Surprisingly MellowReview by Sasha
I'm still quite new to sheng puerh, but someone recommended me this little cake from Canton, so I thought I'd give it a try. I was really impressed! This tea is smooth and surprisingly mellow, with a sweetness that I haven't experienced in sheng puerh before. It still had that kinda brothy, vegetal flavour, but it wasn't dominant - more just a lighter, background flavour. This tea was really excellent - I think I might have to buy another few cakes in future :-)(Posted on 1/28/15)
PleasantReview by Chris
Very pleasant tea but I do think Canton's house pu'erh for slightly less money just has the edge on this although would like to see how it develops with age(Posted on 3/23/14)
rugged and jazzyReview by tim
I would like to see what this tea is like in a few more years, but its really good now. I like the quality of Qi that YiWu puehr has. I read somewhere it was described as a euphoric type of Qi.(Posted on 7/26/13)
Very niceReview by David
I really enjoyed this very drinkable yi wu puerh. It has the subtle yet delicious qualities of yi wu puerh and is a pleasure enjoy : )(Posted on 3/19/13)
Just had to buy moreReview by SoCam
Of the five Single Mountain cakes on offer this is my favorite. Was given the set of five for Xmas and had no hesitation buying four more of this cake. Zhen Si Long company of Wi Wu (and Wi Wu is more of a mountain range than single mountain) produce autumn offerings with a full hui gan. I have the 2007 Zhen Si Long Autumn Harvest Yi Wu and the storage shows. I intend trying the little cakes in a few years time.(Posted on 1/12/13)
|Year of Production||Autumn 2011|
|Factory||Zhen Si Long Tea Factory|
|Harvesting Area||Mengla county of Xishuangbanna, Luo Shui Dong village|
|Puerh Type||Beeng Cha (cake)|
|Varietal||Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica|
|Leaf Appearance||1 leaf to 1 bud ratio. stem retained. Olive green color|
|Quick Brewing Instructions||Use the gongfu style. A small teapot (or small amount of water) with 3-4 g of tea and hot water: 95°C (203°F) infused for just 20 secs. Reinfuse at least 6 times.
Read more about Puerh Tea in Canton Tea School.