Dayi (大益) is one of the most popular Pu-erh brands in China and world wide, known for its tea cake production. It uses Mao-Cha (raw leaves) from various areas such as Meng-Hai, and blend with certain well kept recipes. The classics include the 7572 ripened and 7542 raw Pu-erh.
This V93 is Dayi's 1993 new product. It combines the traditional Dayi classic recipe (right level of fermentation and optimal blend of the tea leaves) with the new technology and refined art of processing to produce this Tuocha. It has a pure aroma, rich and refreshing flavour with a hint of caramel. Its tea brew is clear and deep red. It high quality every day tea for ripened Pu-erh lovers.
Ripened (Shou 熟)
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