DaYi (大益) is one of the best known Pu-erh brands in China and world wide and the 7542 recipe raw cake is the most produced cakes of all DaYi's products so far. The recipe of this cake is based on premium medium size Cha Qing (raw leaves), well balanced with tip and mature leaves to create a beautifully structured raw cake. It is known for its high age value and is considered as the benchmark for the evaluation of raw pu-erh cakes.
The tea leaves of this cake are vivid deep green in colour with prominent strong and tight bud leaves rich in their classic white fur cover. The aroma of the cake is pure, authentic and elegant with fresh fruit fragrance. It's brew is bright and clear with lingering mellow after taste.
The cake offered here is a 150g of the 7542 cake - a mini cake designed for those wishing to taste this prestige product in its original cake form, not not the conventitional weight of 357g.
Raw (Sheng 生), 7542 recipe
DaYi / Meng-Hai Tea Factory
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