2007 XiaGuan "Ma Bei" (Horse Back) 100g*5pcs Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea - King Tea Mall
2007 XiaGuan "Ma Bei" (Horse Back) 100g*5pcs Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea - King Tea Mall

2007 XiaGuan "Ma Bei" (Horse Back) 100g*5pcs Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea

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  • Year: 2007
  • Type: Puerh Raw Tea (Sheng Cha)
  • Weight: 100g * 5pcs
  • Series: Ma Bei (Horse Back)
  • Storage: Guangzhou natural storage


The 2007 XiaGuan "Ma Bei" (Horse Back) series pays homage to the historical significance of Puerh tea transportation, which relied heavily on horseback due to the challenging terrain and long distances from Yunnan to distant regions. This high-end tea series encapsulates the essence of this tradition, offering a sensory journey reminiscent of the rugged paths traversed by tea-laden horses.

Tea Composition:

  • Tea Leaves:
    • Each tuo is meticulously crafted from tight and neat tea threads, adorned with multi-tea hairs, exemplifying XiaGuan's commitment to quality and craftsmanship.
  • Aroma and Taste:
    • Upon brewing, the tea releases a captivating aroma characterized by a blend of honey-like fragrance and subtle hints of camphor. Its flavor profile is marked by a harmonious interplay of sweetness, strength, and resilience, with mellow undertones and a smooth texture.

Flavor Profile:

  • Appearance:
    • The tea's appearance reflects its superior quality, with tightly compressed tuos showcasing meticulous attention to detail.
  • Sensation:
    • With each sip, the tea envelops the palate in a thick and robust taste, accompanied by a lingering sweetness that resonates long after the last sip. Its minor bitterness and astringency add depth to the flavor profile, while its refreshing taste invigorates the senses with resilience.

Storage Conditions:

  • Storage:
    • The tea has been carefully stored under Guangzhou's natural storage conditions, allowing it to mature gracefully while retaining its distinctive characteristics and flavors.

The 2007 XiaGuan "Ma Bei" series offers tea enthusiasts a remarkable sensory experience, transporting them back in time to an era of adventurous tea trade along ancient pathways. With its exceptional quality and rich flavor profile, this tea is a fitting tribute to the enduring legacy of Puerh tea and its historic journey on horseback.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Had this one last night. It has gotten a little darker than some of the others I have this age. It starts off with a light golden brew. It has a faint vegetal aroma. It give a good mouth feel with a slight bitter edge in there. A touch of smoke up front that disappears giving an effect you can feel way down. It is not an overpowering brew but a rather nice light one. I brewed this in advance of the arctic front heading our way as I will have this after work tonight to warm up with.