Mengku ripe puer

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Mengku ripe puer

by bagua7 » Jan 24th 19 6:25 am

I got my eyes on a Mengku Rongshi pu and was wondering if anyone here has tried it.

The one I'm after has also the tag of Mu Ye Chun Yin

I have some experience with this brand in the past, it was nice and creamy, with deep long lasting sweetness which is the thing that tickles me the most when it comes to ripe material. But that's about it. I only purchased one cake and it's long gone now.

Cheers! :)

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Re: Mengku ripe puer

by biking_in_the_rain » Feb 15th 19 6:11 am

In general, I like Mengku Rongshi (sometimes known by its old name, Shuangjiang). Their Mushu is good and cheap; Chunjian is so-so; I'd swear by their 1974, which unfortunately isn't cheap.

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Re: Mengku ripe puer

by 12Tea » Feb 18th 19 8:30 am

Interesting brand. It seems to be a niche brand that only sells mengku. Their 2018 mengku chunjian raw cake and 2014 ripe square brick seem to be popular.