2011 DaYi "Pu Zhi Wei" (General) Cake 357g Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea - King Tea Mall

2011 DaYi "Pu Zhi Wei" (General) Cake 357g Puerh Sheng Cha Raw Tea

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  • Tea Type: Sheng Cha (Raw Puerh)
  • Weight: 357g Cake


The "Pu Zhi Wei" (General) Cake epitomizes the essence of traditional raw puerh tea, meticulously crafted from select high-grade tea leaves sourced from the pristine high mountains of Menghai. With a blend recipe aimed at tempering bitterness while accentuating the tea's elegant fermented flavor, this tea serves as an ideal introduction to the art of appreciating raw puerh.

Taste Profile:

  • Elegant Fermentation: Delve into the refined world of raw puerh with the "Pu Zhi Wei" Cake, which boasts a sophisticated and well-balanced flavor profile. The tea's fermentation process imbues it with an elegant depth of flavor, showcasing the nuanced interplay of earthy and floral notes.
  • Lowered Bitterness: Carefully curated to minimize bitterness, this tea offers a smooth and mellow taste that envelops the palate with its gentle warmth. Through expert blending techniques, DaYi Tea has succeeded in elevating the tea's inherent sweetness while maintaining its authenticity and character.
  • Educational Experience: Aspiring tea enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to explore the core tenets of raw puerh appreciation through the "Pu Zhi Wei" Cake. With each sip, one can discern the intricacies of raw tea craftsmanship and gain a deeper understanding of its rich cultural heritage.


  • Location: Guangzhou
  • Storage Method: The tea undergoes natural storage in Guangzhou, leveraging the region's favorable climate conditions to facilitate its gradual aging process. This storage approach allows the tea to develop its unique flavor profile and complexity over time, resulting in a truly exceptional drinking experience.

Embrace the artistry of raw puerh tea with the "Pu Zhi Wei" Cake, a testament to DaYi Tea's commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Whether enjoyed as a daily indulgence or savored during special occasions, this tea promises to captivate the senses and enrich the soul with its timeless charm.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

I got about 11 grams to start with and a very quick wash to start out.
First brew very light aroma . Some decent color but it still showed its young age. The first cup was very mild with only the lightest notes of grass , slight smokiness and a bit of drying. The mouthfeel was ok but I think the rest let a bit to be desired. This may have happened since I brewed it right away after the wash. I usually tend to let them open up with the moisture for about 10 to 30 mins.
I let it sit, almost an hour and I am back at it.
Now with a little time and 5 second steeps it is coming out a bit. The color hasn’t really darkened. The smokiness has been enhanced a bit. It carries a bit of floral but only a touch. The drying astringency on the middle and back of the tongue more pronounced.
Final notes. Still young. leaf looks nice albeit chopped a bit. Should be better with a little age or time to acclimate to my conditions. I guess if I was sealed in a plastic bag in a box and tossed on a plane and shipped for about 3 weeks I would be a bit bruised and not ready to open up myself.

Flavors: Astringent, Drying, Grass, Smoke