HK "lightly wet stored" 2001 7542

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

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Jun 2nd, '08, 22:12
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by tenuki » Jun 2nd, '08, 22:12

Excellent review.

Wow, if a puerh only lasted 5 infusions for me I'd seriously consider throwing it out or at least sending it to somebody who didn't care.

Really interested in hearing what airing it out does.

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by hop_goblin » Jun 3rd, '08, 12:01

Thanks for sharing. I am sorry that the incense flavors were distracting. I don't really think that the sample is "light wet stored". The 'white frost' is generally indicative of a more aggressive fermentation.

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Re: HK "lightly wet stored" 2001 7542

by augie » Jun 3rd, '08, 12:11

TomVerlain wrote: Image
TV: Sorry about your disappointing cake. Man, you have got some awesome teaware and furniture. Is that a bamboo tea tray or table your teaware is sitting on? Thanks for the photos.

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