1970's Tong Qing Hao Ji Wild Yi Wu Loose Leaf Pu-erh Sheng
This tea comes from Yunnan Yi Wu area and is from old wild trees. The leaves are beautiful and dark when steeped and offer the deep special taste of the Old Factory teas. A true Pu-erh treasure from the Simao area. Oak and wood and sweetness are qualities of this tea. It has the classic back taste of the classic older teas with strong Qi. It can be brewed up to 15 times still delivering a woody flavor. Not as hard on the wallet as the 1960's version, either. Good to hold onto and sip.
This tea is said to be made in the Tong Qing Hao Ji Celebration Factory with by a famous tea master named Liu Kui. The material is the famous large leaf Wild Pu-erh of the Yi Wu area. The camphor and ginseng tastes this tea delivers lasts for so many infusions. Even after 10 brews or more and a clear liquid there is still the camphor taste. The age of this tea has transformed it into a drinkible treasure. The loose old Pu-erh's are a great way to taste these rare teas without the expense of a full cake from this era. Classic taste for this age of tea.