Using aged golden tea bud harvested from Dazhai town, Yun county, Lincang tea region in 2010 year and pressed into cake in 2020 year.
Medium to heavy level fermented.
High ratio of young tea bud with golden tea hairs.
Relative looseness in whole cake.
Clean, natural, smooth and mellow.
Enjoyable taste feeling.
Guangzhou dry and clean storage.
This is a tea I would like to drink from morning to night. Well recommended for old and new drinkers.
I really like this tea
2010 KingTeaMall "Jin Ya Gong" (Tribute Golden Bud - Lincang) Cake 357g Puerh Ripe Tea Shou Cha
KTM recommended me this cake when I was searching for something suitable. For the price, it is phenomenal. The cake itself has lots of beautiful gold buds, and comes apart easily. However- I do get some amount of dust/small tea particles when breaking this apart. It could be the cake or just how I am working pieces off, not sure. Lid smell is rich, heavy buttermilk with some hints of caramel and a dark chocolate tang in the background. Taste is not overly complex or dynamic in the mouth, but very delicious nonetheless. That caramel and dark chocolate persist, riding on a sort of spicy, damp wood taste. As brews go on, I find that it becomes slightly more "fresh" and almost herbal. Leaving the palate feeling clean, but this doesn't linger for long. It is most certainly a great daily drinking puerh, and at the price point it's could easily be drunk all day. I can't be thankful enough for being pointed toward this cake!
Very nice texture and thickness on this one. A little punchy caffeine-wise. Would definitely recommend breaking this one up and letting it rest before drinking. Lacks complexity, but for the price? Nuts.
Amazing tea, I really love this tea. One of the best teas, I’ve ever had in my life. Usually, I’m not a big fan of ripe pu-erh. But this is too good. It reminds me of raw pu-erh. I guess that’s why I like so much. Gotta try a sample if you have your doubts but, I’m sure you’ll end up getting a tong. If you do try it.