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Qiao Mu Zhuan Cha
Brand & Factory : Jia Jia, Haiwan Tea Factory | Type : Sheng/Raw | Vintage Year : 2006
(rating: 4.1 out of 5)
Qiao Mu Cha Zhuan is compressed using tea leaves and buds picked in the high mountains of Menghai County during the early spring season (Ming Qian Cha). This tea brick is very suitable for further aging and will make a good Pu'er after 2-3 years of aging.
 
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Ottimo puerh verde dal gusto molto deciso. Belle foglie usate per questa mattonella di tè compresso da staccare pezzo a pezzo . Bello il colore dell´infuso per il quale consiglio di usare un´acqua leggera ma non troppo povera di elementi.

Andrea (5/28/2013)
 
 
A nice puerh, but had a propensity to easily become too bitter. Perhaps this is a property of green puerhs and I have mainly tried black puerhs. I prefer black puerhs in general. This puerh was not outstanding, I would instead highly recommend the yin zhen tea cake. That was truly outstanding and never became bitter.

Matthew (12/4/2012)
 
 
My first Pu-Erh, so I do not know what to expect. Hard to break. Smoky, almost like steeped tabaco but after few infusions I get used to this and actually liked taste. I´ll let it stay for a while.

Milan (5/2/2008)
 
 
This is one of the few green/raw pu-erh that I really like, because it has a comparatively mild flavour. Recommendable!!!

Jana (2/21/2008)
 
 
The first steep or two are nice, but the flavor fades fairly quickly after that. I like a little more sharpness and complexity. Still not bad though -- I will stash this brick away for awhile and hope for the best. :) Overall, though it’s an enjoyable drink, I think there are better young shengs around for the price.

Dave (2/20/2008)
 
 
Pleasant drinking tea. Could have given more value if the Qiao Mu characteristics (as the name suggests) had been more prominent.

Ooi (2/26/2007)
 
 
The packaging is good with the top part not covered for breathing. I brewed a little loose leaves. It is excellent green tea for now. Enjloy drinking it. I wish I do not have to wait for 10 years for it to turn into a classic Pu-Erh tea.

Chung (10/31/2006)
 
 

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