Oct 18th, '10, 12:30
Joined: Sep 1st, '10, 00:08
Location: Northwest Louisiana
No, I have not tried it, but I'd love to! I've really been enjoying wuyi lately and love the idea of picking up a cake of it. I've seen the one you posted before and have been curious about it. I've seen one on a vendor site too, but can't recall which one. I'd be curious to hear about aged da hong pao. The cake is beautiful. It be hard to break that one up.
Oct 18th, '10, 12:38
Joined: Mar 19th, '06, 12:42
Location: On the couch
I had one of these
a while back. Cheap, very heavy compression, nice hit of wuyi but nothing special.
Hopefully the one you linked to will have a little more to it but thought I'd post this one as it's vaguely similar.
Oct 18th, '10, 13:04
Joined: Oct 5th, '09, 05:03
I was eyeing up this very cake.
Oct 18th, '10, 21:24
Joined: Feb 12th, '10, 13:09
Location: Cambridge, USA
Thanks for the info Pronisias, I was actually considering getting one of those for daily office tea drinking
Jan 9th, '11, 04:32
Joined: Jul 21st, '10, 02:25
I'd stay away from it at that price, for sure!
Jan 9th, '11, 10:15
Joined: Mar 4th, '10, 22:07
Location: somewhere over the rainbow
I find it amusing that the cake is impressed with the words "da hong pao," rather than the name of the company which is the usual way to do it