Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by BioHorn » Aug 6th 13 2:37 pm

solitude wrote:Going through my puerh inventory yesterday...
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I see many nibbles! ;)

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by solitude » Aug 7th 13 8:48 am

BioHorn wrote:
solitude wrote:Going through my puerh inventory yesterday...
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I see many nibbles! ;)
And you see it right, Biohorn :wink:

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by gasninja » Aug 7th 13 11:50 am

. I'm glad someone brought this thread back.

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by TwoDog2 » Aug 11th 13 5:51 am

solitude wrote: Douji (2007, 2010-11),

Which of the 2007 Douji cakes do you have ? How are they aging?

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by solitude » Aug 11th 13 12:01 pm

TwoDog2 wrote:
solitude wrote: Douji (2007, 2010-11),

Which of the 2007 Douji cakes do you have ? How are they aging?
It is the "2007 Douji "Yi Wu Shan" Raw Pu-erh tea of Yi Wu mountain" which was available in Scott"s YS some time ago. It already has some of the aged yiwu character, the body and mouthfeel is good but nothing extraordinary. The price (35 USD at that time) was more than OK for such a cake, though.

BTW it is time for you folks to show off your collections ;)

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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by Andy Goh » Jun 7th 19 3:57 pm

Hi guys! It's 2019... Where's all the PU show off?
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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by teaside » Jun 11th 19 10:50 am

Andy Goh wrote: Hi guys! It's 2019... Where's all the PU show off?
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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by DrinkPuerTea » Apr 20th 20 3:36 am

Dear Tea drinking enthusiasts

Have been home bound since restricted movement imposed by government and daily enjoying sipping many cups of tea through my collection of raw Puer since 2002... the aging ranging from 3yrs-50yrs.
These older raw Puer tea used to quite “difficult” to drink when they were produced as the flavour were very astringent and bitterly sweet and some were smoky too.. Some of these aged tea flavour have gotten “flattish” became much milder from what I can remembered they used to be..... I enjoyed raw Puer Tea those aged more than 10years and above, can drink many many cups throughout the day.... those aged tea less than 7years were mainly single origin premium selection limited production quantities... these tea are the newer generation Puer tea where one can immediately drink them and they have a very fragrant floral after taste that lingers in your mouth for long... down side of these tea, they are still quite “raw” and one cannot enjoy many cups...
have been stay home stay safe drink tea.... 😋
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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by DrinkPuerTea » Apr 20th 20 3:45 am

Bought these raw Puer in 2002, was told that they were produced around year 2000... anyone has these?
Just brew a pot and conclusion was this tea tasted quite “flattish” now... Will have to keep waiting again... few years back it used to be very overpowering fragrant...
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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by Bridgette » Apr 21st 20 2:37 pm

DrinkPuerTea wrote: Bought these raw Puer in 2002, was told that they were produced around year 2000... anyone has these?
Just brew a pot and conclusion was this tea tasted quite “flattish” now... Will have to keep waiting again... few years back it used to be very overpowering fragrant...
I don't have much experience with Pu-Erh cakes - do they go through ups and downs? You mentioned it used to be overwhelmingly fragrant and now it's flat. Will it come back like that?
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Re: Show off your Pu!!!!!!!

by TTeaKing » Jun 3rd 20 6:46 am

This is the most pure piece of old class Zhang Pu'er tea I have collected. It is made by Taiwan's XZH tea company, and has been approved by the Taiwan Imperial Palace Chiayi Nanyuan Museum for planning exhibition.
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