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2004-2006 HK Traditional Storage CNNP 7542 (50g)

2004-2006 HK Traditional Storage CNNP 7542 (50g)

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May 24th, 2020

This lovely 7542 (precise year unknown) is from the same storage as the LangHe 8589 and 2010 Xiaguan FT7513 I carry here at TeaLife. I am a huge fan of this family's traditional storage pu erh, and have been drinking their tea for eight years now. Since the family move tea out of their warehouse sporadically, I don't know if they have this 7542 accessible at the moment, and I'm only offering up sample packs of the cake I have on hand. If you'd like a full cake (or more), I can probably get you one, but I am not offering full cakes for sale directly through the site since it took them several weeks to find more of the LangHe 8589 (which has been hugely popular)! The family are holding a lot of tea, and I'm often surprised by the variety of pu erh they dig out of their storage. 

The liquor from this tea was thick and smooth when I first tried the tea in February: it still is now, but the storage aromas are now much less prominent. This tea has lovely pleasant bitterness and corresponding kuwei, making this a very good example of HK traditional storage 7542. This and the 8589 are really my sweet spot as far as tea I'd like to drink daily. 

The liquor also makes my mouth water. This is a very clean tasting tea for HK traditional storage. More of the storage character is apparent when the liquor cools, as well as distinctive camphor and even a whisper of jujube. This is definitely one of my favorite shengs at this time, and I have to fight the urge to drink this tea quite regularly since I have the cake in my living room!

Another surprise from this tea is the calming energy I'd expect from 7542 is still present here, which isn't always the case with traditional storage teas. Once the calming effect wears off, the sheer caffeine descends on me and I realize I have a wicked caffeine buzz. 

This is a truly great example of classic HK pu erh tea, and I highly recommend trying this out if you're looking to explore Hong Kong traditional storage!

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