MEversbergII wrote:Felt like sharing:
http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... ts_id=1704
Nothing like the high quality ones you guys all rave about, but it was on sale for $10 at Pu'er shop. Worst case scenario, I'm out less than an hour of pay :p
I had a 100g mini cake a few months ago. I knew this one would be big (3.57 times as massive, exactly) but that didn't translate over to just how much tea there is in this thing. It isn't tightly compressed, which is good, and rather uneven - stone pressed rather than hydraulic, I presume.
Hope to brew up some tonight or tomorrow!
Exempt wrote:"In comparison to the most teas sold at your local chinese grocery stores, this tea would be instantly ranked as a 'premium'."
Now that's a big beeng , if only it came from Bada mountain. Then it would really be a big Bada beeng!AllanK wrote:Try this one, a Chenxiangdaye Mixed Old Tree Ripe Puerh on Ebay, it is huge a 1000g.http://www.ebay.com/itm/2012-Chenxiangd ... 3849194%26
MEversbergII wrote:One thousand grams of pu...good googly moogly. I don't think the fiance would approve. Or maybe she would. Only one way to find out...
Also, I am sending Draper a sample of this, since it took me forever to get the stuff from the teaswap out, so maybe he can chime in.