2005 Jin Ya Lao Cha Tou

Shu Pu-erh

"jin ya" golden buds , visible on this shu pu-erh naturally pressed into the pellets and stored in Menghai for few years. Medium fermentation and not too dry storage guarantees the smooth taste without any " scratchy sand in throat" feeling. Tea liquor with touch of coconut ( scent can be smelled from hot lid of gaiwan as well ) and thanks to rich amount of little tea buds is very sweet.

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Other shape1-1000g
OriginMeng Hai
Tea FactoryMeng Hai
Tea MaterialBush tea ( Tai Di Cha )
Year2005
SeasonMix - Spring / Autumn

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Thanks to medium fermentation you can brew it either with bigger portions or longer time without worrying of oversteeping. Pressed "cha tou" will start to give out proper "juice" after 3rd infusion.You can break it in order to accelerate brewing process and get richer tea soup faster.

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2005 Jin Ya Lao Cha Tou

2005 Jin Ya Lao Cha Tou

"jin ya" golden buds , visible on this shu pu-erh naturally pressed into the pellets and stored in Menghai for few years. Medium fermentation and not too dry storage guarantees the smooth taste without any " scratchy sand in throat" feeling. Tea liquor with touch of coconut ( scent can be smelled from hot lid of gaiwan as well ) and thanks to rich amount of little tea buds is very sweet.

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