ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
  • ripeness 9016
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ripeness 9016

Name: 9016 Shu Tuocha
Year: 1995 (the whole Tuocha weights less due to loose water content in the tea leaves during aging)
Weight: 250 grams

Details:

Stored Location in mountains near the city of Taipei and made in Kun Ming Tea Factory 昆明茶廠

It is rare to use wild tea trees to make shu puerh, because of its high cost and some people will think it is a pity to make such leaves into shu pu-erh tea. Most tea factories will suggest to make sheng pu-erh rather. Although this tea is shu, the WoDui (渥堆) is more slight than with other common shu pu-erh teas, so that the taste still have some powerful throat rhyme (hou yun).

9016 is famous shu pu-erh recipe, because this tea was pressed very tight like a stone, so the most special characteristics are the sweetness and tight pressing. Because of tight pressing, so the transformation time will be longer and the variety of tea taste will be multiple changes.

9016 also has another name “ Learning tea tuo” 學茶沱, which origin from the book Man Hua Pu Er Cha 漫話普洱茶 by Zou Jia Ju鄒家駒. The article in this book : There are many pu-erh teas in the market, and no objective standards for selecting a good pu-erh tea. If you have ever tasted the 9016 tuo, you will have a standard to choose a good shu pu-erh tea. If a taste and quality is better than 9016, then the tea is above a middle level and you can buy it.

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Price (Inc. VAT):  
28.00€
 
 
 
 
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Product Blog

half-dipper

There is not a huge amount that can be written about this shutuo, except for the fact that it is very (very) good shupu.  It genuinely surprised me with its strength, with its thickness of body, and with its throaty and enduring sweetness.  Its quality sticks out like a sore thumb, in a world awash with terrible shupu.  I absolutely loved this sample, and was thrilled to enjoy it over several days.  It lasted that long: it just kept going, and going - and going, and going.  In fact, I ran out of steam before it did.  After goodness knows how many litres of good tea produced from the same small set of leaves, I eventually called it quits and emptied my teapot.  This little beast is remarkable.

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