2004 7548 Green Pu-erh Tea Cake

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


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2004 7548 Green Pu-erh Tea Cake

by coloradopu » May 4th, '09, 19:00

did anyone order this cake from holy mout when he had it?
what do you think?
was it worth it.

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by teaskeptic » May 4th, '09, 20:32

I don't know anything about that cake but I am curious about Holy Mountain. You have ordered from there? I see some things worth trying but the site seems a tad sketchy...

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by coloradopu » May 4th, '09, 20:45

i have had good dealing with them and yes sight is screwy but if you get it figured out it an't so bad.

i would ask for samples too

good luck i like what i got so fare and if they get any new stuff i might go back

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by tony shlongini » May 5th, '09, 10:36

If that's the '04 CNNP 7548 you're referring to, I had it. Looked very nice. Tasted very bland.

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by coloradopu » May 5th, '09, 11:27

that is the one

try it again i did with 250ml pot and 10 g start with 2 - 1min wash and 30 sec steep

seems to have changed

might be he storage dun no
:D

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