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"First Joy" Raw Pu-Erh Cake (Mount Bu Lang)

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Harvest: Bu Lang Mountain, Yunnan

Dry leaves: Large and whole leaves, good amount of tea buds, tightly pressed round cake

Liquor: Bright golden

Tasting Note: 

Light honey liquid, distinct but balanced bitterness that does not linger. High fragrance after swallow.


Vintage: 2015, 2018 and 2019


Net Weight: 357g


Notes from our Chief Tea Officer:

This young Puerh cake has similar qualities you would find in a Da Yi signature raw cake 7542. From the selection of Mao Cha, the recipe of the tea blend, to the crafting of the cake (withering, oxidization, and frying 炒青), this tea is made and designed for aging. We recommend this cake for both puerh collectors and puerh beginners, it will age well with the right storage, and at the same time nice to enjoy right now!

To allow you to sample all three cakes to understand how this tea age, we now offer a sample pack of all three cakes, with 125g of each vintage.

For ripe puerh of the same region, try "Bona Fide" puerh cake

Collections: Artisan Teas, Puerh Tea (Pu'er)

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