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1999~2000 Fuhai Yiwu Six Green Leaves (Natural Storage 357g) [Imperfect wrapping paper]
[Code: 89915134]



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Packing: One Tea Cake
Weight: 357g
Ingredient: Raw Puerh Tea (Sheng Puer Tea)
Year of Production: 1999~2000
Raw Materials: Yiwu, Yunnan, China

Retail Price: 999999.00




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Product Name 1999~2000 Fuhai Yiwu Six Green Leaves (Natural Storage) [Imperfect wrapping paper] 357g
Factory Fuhai Tea
Ingredient Puerh (Puer / Pu-erh)
Nature Raw Tea (Sheng Puerh)
Year of Production 1999 to 2000
Storage Natural Storage
Weight 357g per one tea cake (+/-10g including wrapping paper)
Stack (Tong) Seven tea cakes in bamboo stack
Availability Available at Cloud's Tea House Retail Store & Online Store, available while stock lasts.

Issue No.80 of Chinese Tea Magazine, Puerh Teapot Magazine.


The tea broth sensation is deep, long and rich. It can let you relax. The obvious Yiwu taste will touch many tea lovers' hearts as it offers a natural feeling. Even though one may appreciate it alone, there will not be any loneliness because it has a warm, complete and round elegancy. It projects the image of how those Yiwu tea will taste in the next 6 to 7 years. It gives confidence to tea connoisseurs on those newly produced genuine Yiwu tea hoarding in their tea cellars.



The aroma of tea cake is aged mellow sweetness of plums, which is overwhelming, lively and elegant.  
The rinsing tea fragrance is obvious, vivid, thick, sweet and very energetic.  
The tea broth is so refreshing and smooth with silky texture.  The overall tea quality is rich and thick.  The aged Yiwu aftertaste is gentle and soft together with attractive slight huigan.


Fuhai Tea Factory

Although the history of Fuhai Tea Factory is not as long as the long history of Menghai Tea Factory, at least, Fuhai Tea Factory was built and existed in the 1990s.  After being renamed, formerly known as Xinghuo Tea Factory (which literally means Sparks Tea Factory), Fuhai Tea Factory focused mainly on the production of Puerh tea thereafter. 
 
Nowadays, the aged tea cakes of Menghai Tea Factory or Dayi (TAETEA) are outrageously expensive.  If tea lovers and connoisseurs are just looking for good-tasting, inexpensive, mid-term aged tea cakes having the traditional Menghai tea flavor, they may hunt the potential treasure tea cakes from the early Fuhai Tea Factory’s Puerh tea cakes.  It’s because experienced tea lovers and connoisseurs realise that the traditional tea flavor of Menghai Tea Factory can be found in the aged tea cakes of Fuhai Tea Factory just with inexpensive prices at present.  The price of aged Fuhai tea cake is still low, but the tea taste is traditional indeed.

 

Wild Tea
 
The term "Wild Tea" has been banned by China from using in commercial tea products since 2007.  In the early days, the merchant using the name “Wild Tea" was just to increase the sales because the market loved this term.  Actually, the genuine wild tea is the tea leaves growing in the natural forest and having no artificial domestication nor cultivation.  For these genuine wild tea, the local people from national minority name them as the “Tea of Bitterness”, which is not suitable for daily drinking.
 
The tea name "Wild Tea" using in a general commercial tea product is actually referring to the cultivated wild tea (野放茶), which meant that it was artificially cultivated and managed at the beginning, for example, in the time of late Qing Dynasty and early Republic of China.  
 
Later, due to the changes of political situations, the tea gardens were abandoned and had no management for many years, but the tea trees planted inside the garden still grew tea leaves and then the leaves withered naturally.  After no artificial management, the tea trees were undergoing natural development.  There was no artificial fertiliser and pesticide for decades.
 
Since the cultivated wild tea grew in accordance with the law of natural ecology, without any human intervention up to decades (or even a hundred of years), these cultivated wild tea (野放茶) contained very rich substances providing extraordinary good and plentiful tea tastes.



Yiwu is one of the Six Ancient Great Tea Mountains. 
 
According to the Qing Dynasty document, Dianhai Yuheng Zhi (滇海虞衡誌), “Puerh tea is famous to the world… These great Puerh teas were obtained from the Six Ancient Great Tea Mountains, which are Youle (攸樂), Gedeng (革登), Yibang (倚邦), Mangzhi (莽枝), Manzhuan (蠻磚) and Mansa (漫撒).  Surrounding the eight hundred miles of these mountains, there are hundreds of thousands of tea makers going deeply into the mountains to pluck tea and sell to tea traders who transported and sold the Puerh teas to the rest of China." 
 
Mansa (漫撒) is today's Yiwu, which was the historical tribute tea for the royal family in the Qing Dynasty.  “Yiwu Cheshun Hao Tea House” was once awarded the wooden plaque "Ruigong Tianchao" (瑞貢天朝) by Emperor Daoguang (道光) of the Qing Dynasty, making Yiwu Tea even more famous. 
 
Nowadays, many tea lovers already know the famous tea production areas in Yiwu, such as Mahei (麻黑), Luoshui Dong (落水洞), Guafeng Village (刮風寨), Zhangjia Wan (張家灣), Dingjia Village (丁家寨), Baohe Tang (薄荷塘) and so on.

 
  • Storage means the Conditions of the Tea Cakes
“Storage” of Puerh tea always confuses novices.  Warehouse means the place for storing stuff or stocks.  However, the Dry Storage, Natural Storage and Wet Storage of Puerh tea are not referring to the storage conditions of the warehouse.  In fact, Dry, Natural and Wet Storage are the terms for describing the storage status (i.e. ageing condition) of the tea cake itself.  In other words, these 3 terms are referring to the degree of wetness of a tea cake.  If a tea cake is affected by high humidity, we will describe it as “Wet Storage”.  If a tea cake is affected by low humidity, we will describe it as “Dry Storage”.
 

  • Related articles written by Cloud
May 2023 談談倉儲說說茶 未來印級靚陳茶(浮雲)

Please click here to view the relevant Chinese article being posted on "Ming Pao Monthly" (with Google translation)







 



  • Other Reference



  • Brewing Tool:
Use a tea bowl (Gaiwan) or a purple clay teapot.
  • Amount of Tea leaves:
10g or one third of the brewing utensil's volume.
  • Before you brew:
Rinse it with boiled water once, it will not be drunk and thus will not be counted as the first infusion.
  • Brewing method:
Add boiled water and brew for:-
5 seconds (1st infusion),
10 seconds (2nd infusion),
15 seconds (3rd infusion),
20 seconds (4th infusion),
30 seconds (5th infusion),
45 seconds (6th infusion),
60 seconds (7th infusion),
90 seconds (8th infusion),
and brew it as many times as you want until the tea broth is not strong enough.

Yiwu tea is well known for being soft and tasty. For the aged taste of Yiwu tea, it is further wonderfully delighted with aged aroma and aftertaste. If you put a little bit more tea leaves (e.g. 12g vs 200cc), the tea broth can be thicker with more details without increasing the obvious bitterness.

The reason why Yiwu Tea is attractive to tea lovers is because Yiwu Tea has a unique Yiwu aroma, taste and flavor.  The tea broth and flavor of Yiwu tea is sweet, smooth, thick, mellow, vivid, deep, round and full.  In fact softness and mellowness are the most outstanding features of those good teas from Yiwu Original Mountains.
 
If tea lovers find an overwhelmingly strong and bitter taste in so-called "Yiwu Tea", it is highly suspicious that the tea may not be the genuine Yiwu Tea.  Many tea connoisseurs, who have been drinking Puerh tea for a long period of time, will finally return to the basics and choose the soft and gentle Yiwu Tea as their daily tea after tasting, searching and looking for all kinds of exciting flavors in the market. 
 
Ultimately, when tea lovers are getting older, their bodies are unable to drink too much tea broth with overwhelmingly strong stimulation.  Only the aged Yiwu Tea is so comfortable and charming after drinking a nice one.

  • Health functions of Puerh tea
In the famous Supplement to the Compendium of Materia Medica (《本草綱目拾遺》) written by Zhao Xuemin (1765, the Qing dynasty), Puerh tea was described as "the first choice to refresh people's brain from too much drink, effective in promoting digestion and reducing phlegm, clearing away the stomach-heat and producing the body fluid. In particular, it tastes mild and slightly sweet, good for dispelling fats and detoxification, and promoting inner circulation.”



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