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Seven Sons Shu Bingcha (380 g)
A black (shu) pu-erh from Yunnan, fermented and compressed into a traditional bingcha shape in 1999. An initial rinse of the leaves uncovers a mellow, dried apricot aroma; the flavor is lightly sweet and velvety, with a note of mint. Smooth and drinkable now, it will increase in complexity with age.
light, apricot, velvety
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Lightly earthy and sweet, this
or black bingcha is from 1999, and drinkable now.
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