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2007 Guangdong Dry Storage Liming Banzhang Chawang Raw Pu Erh Cake (100g)

2007 Guangdong Dry Storage Liming Banzhang Chawang Raw Pu Erh Cake (100g)

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June 21st, 2021

I've now had this tea for over two years and two months. I retested this tea twice over the last few days: the first session involved a lot of leaf that had sloughed off the cake, and the second was a single large chunk from the middle of the cake. The loose leaf had quite prominent chenpi notes and light florality, as well as pronounced astringency due to the broken leaf. The larger chunk was floral dominant with distinct Bulang-like wildflower and was sweet with tolerable astringency. In both sessions the kuwei (sweetness following bitterness) was excellent. The material in this cake was processed the old school way, and these cakes were very tightly compressed for aging. I love how this tea is turning out and it's in a great place right now. More time will certainly make this tea milder and smoother.

December 29th, 2019

I received a sample of this tea from one of my suppliers in Guangdong (who is actually a Hongkonger with a lot of good pu erh in his warehouse across the border). I was so impressed by this tea that I bought a tong immediately. This dealer's storage style is a bit too mild for my tastes and I like to hold his tea for several years to get it where I want. This tea has now been in my possession for over eight months and it has opened up beautifully.

I've sent a few samples of this tea out, but I feel it really needed time to shine. This tea gets the Kupuntu of Finland seal of approval for quality and value!

Liming Tea Factory was formerly one of the state factories under the CNNP umbrella. This factory doesn't get as much attention in the Western tea world as Dayi or Xiaguan, but I've enjoyed all of the teas I've tried from them so far and Liming teas can definitely hold their own.

This tea is excellent value. The liquor is very, very smooth. It is made with wild (supposedly large gushu) material from the Banzhang area. You can definitely tell this is wild material from the depth of the flavor, the smoothness and the surprising huigan from this stuff. It isn't bitter at all unless pushed hard, and even then, it's very tolerable. This is a truly excellent tea with distinctive Banzhang/Bulang flavor, but it is smoother and has greater depth than a lot of teas from the region that I've tried. I am very fond of this tea, and I have no doubt it will continue to open up further in my storage here in Hong Kong!

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