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Green brick old sheng puerh tea 200506


14 years green brick old raw pu-erh tea.

05 Liming Green Brick sheng puerh [Longer and Mellow], made from the brown tea of ​​the Alpine large-leaf species in Menghai tea area, and made by the tea masters of the old way. 250 grams of Pu-erh green brick has a regular shape, uniform thickness, and tight knots; it is one of the classic Pu-erh tea bricks at Liming. The output is low. Most of the circulation in the market is mainly from Guangdong and other warehouses. There are very few warehouses in Kunming and the collection value is extremely high.

05 Liming Pu-erh Green Brick [The longer the time, the more mellow], the dry tea is obviously sweet and stored extremely clean. The tea bricks are pressed relatively tightly. New tea buddies should be careful when taking tea; 8 grams of tea is served with medium size Covering the bowl is the most perfect way. A warm cup of tea with hot steaming, full of fragrance, Chen Xiang blended with a touch of green plum fragrance, calming .

After the soup is released, the soup is thick and yellow, and oily and clear, extremely fascinating. The tea soup tastes mellow and full, sweet and refreshing, slightly bitter and slightly astringent, but changes quickly. The sweetness is strong, and the body is full of the taste and long-lasting.

Ingredients: Yunnan big leaf variety sunning tea

Shelf life: 999,999 days

Brand: Bajiao Ting

Series: 2005 Pu-erh Green Brick

Pu-erh production process: raw tea

Shape: Brick Tea

Pu-erh Tea Year: 10 years and above

Special product category: Pu-erh tea

Tea area: Menghai Tea Aera

Net content: 250g


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