This tea cake is composed of spring 2007 harvested Yi Wu Mountain area tea leaves and aged in Jinghong (Xishuangbanna) for 10 years before being brought to Kunming in 2017.
This is a delicious semi-aged cake that tastes more aged than it's years, while being very clean and retaining it's original Yi Wu character. The tea brews up a orange-red tea soup that is viscous and sweet at first taste. The tea also has some mineral, dried fruit and spice character as well, and shows many sides during a typical gong fu session.
If you are looking for a bargain single-estate Yi Wu with some age, then look no further!
357 Grams per cake
2007 Harvest and pressing
** Some wrappers may be bug-bitten with little holes in the paper. There may also be some dust between the wrapper and the cake. Rinse tea once or twice briefly before drinking! If you are squeamish please don't order this tea!