Name: Liming Tea King ’04/Yúnnán qiáomù yěshēng chá límíng chá wáng
Weight: cca 357 grams
heavy aroma of the wet leaves, from the 1st sip familiar flavour, instant energy rush through the body, faster heartbeat, Qi activates and vibration on the edge of my toungue, this sweet, iron (you know your blood has iron too), this is LBZ, iron, earth, wood, ageing notes, an unique taste profile of LBZ prevailing contaings earthy tones, metalic like (iron) feel and spices mixing with ripe fruits
Liming Bajiaoting factory’s Tea King used old tea leaves of Lao Banzhang, Nannuo Mountain and other Bulang mountain concealed place (due to the recipe secret). The tea is made in accordance with an ancient traditional ways. The tea leaves used are naturally fermented for three to five years, and then blended. There are 9 various ratios used to blend and the best is chosen. Then pu-erh tea cakes are pressed, dried and pu-erh tea/soup is made. They are compared and the best rated blend chosen and used. The 2004 year used is the date of pressing the tea cakes so the tea leaves itself are much older.