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Mengku Raw Pu-erh Tea Sampler - 100g Total

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Here is a fine selection of Mengku teas for your sampling pleasure.

2007 Mengku "Mu Ye Chun 001" Raw Tea - 25 grams

This is the first release of the Mengku "Mu Ye Chun" label. This tea is produced by the Yong De sub-branch of the Mengku Shuangjiang tea factory. It is composed of entirely high-altitude first flush spring raw material from Yong De area of Lin Cang, a totally different area than the region from which classic Mengku teas come.

Tea 2: 2007 Mengku "Mu Ye Chun 002" Raw Tea - 25 grams

This is the first release of the Mengku "Mu Ye Chun" label! This tea is produced by the Yong De sub-branch of the Mengku Shuangjiang tea factory. It is composed of entirely high-altitude first flush spring raw material from Yong De area of Lin Cang, a totally different area than classic Mengku teas come from. The 002 blend is composed of more leaves and less silver tips. This is preferred over the 001 blend for long-term storage among Taiwan Pu-erh collectors. A strong taste and very infusable.

Tea 3: 2007 Mengku "Wild Arbor King" Raw Pu-erh Tea - 25 grams

A new product introduced in 2006, this quickly became Mengku's most popular relase of 2006 after winning the Expo Tea Award in Kunming. Raw material is from "bingdao" (literally Ice Island) an area in the county of Mengku well-known for its pungent strong teas. Teas from Bing Dao were fradulently sold as Ban Zhang teas in 2006 and 2007 due to its similarity to expensive Ban Zhang tea. A great tea with excellent aging potential.

Tea 4: 2009 Mengku "Highest Essence" Raw Pu-erh Tea - 25 grams

Made entirely from the first flush of spring tea from Mengku county with a good percentage of wild arbor tea from Bing Dao village. This release was commissioned by a small outfit and pressed in the Mengku Rongshi tea factory in Lincang, thus bearing the sub-label "Meng Jie". A large wild arbor leaf has been pressed onto the front as a sort of second "nei fei".The flavor of the tea itself is pungent but smooth, nutty and sweet and can be infused many times! A cake suitable for aging or drinking now.

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