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12 December 2011 @ 10:04 am
Help ID'ing a beeng cha  
A co-worker recently gave me this beeng cha, and aside from it appearing to be a ripe puerh, I have no idea which factory, recipe, origin etc....any help would be greatly appreciated!

I've been drinking puerh regularly for several months now, but have only had green, the oldest being a Xiaguan Tuo from 1997 (drinking some now in fact....) and my favorite being a Xiaguan Special Grade from 2005 (has a nice camphor/sweet Qi that I love)

John
 
 
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[satyriasis] - Jason: Song Hebearsbearsbears on December 12th, 2011 03:15 pm (UTC)
It's by Shunhai Factory and called "Menghai Qizi Bing". Shunhai sounds like a play on words ("Along the sea"?) making fun of Menghai for having "Sea" in the name when it's nowhere near the ocean. :) But a native speaker might say I'm crazy.

According to a vendor on Taobao.com, the tea is from 2008.
Liana  Cazi: pic#119174822Liana Cazi on October 28th, 2012 05:14 pm (UTC)
puer tea (http://onspo.ru/svojstva-chaya-puer)
econkar on March 24th, 2013 07:45 am (UTC)
Dear John,

The cake is a Qiizibing from Menghai in Xishuangbanna, southwest Yunnan. It comes from the Shunhai Tea Factory, a fermented black tea, 357 grams. If you turn the cake over, there should be a stamp with the year.

If you have any other questions, drop me a line.

Hope that helps.

Peter Micic
cloudnineteas.com
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