This brings to mind the 1992yr Yiwu Spring Tips Teacake from sunsing ( who I would regard as a trustworthy source for aged tea) I always thought that it was weird to have a single mountain yiwu cake in 1992. Since I have been told that single mountain cakes did not come back around (especially not made by menghai in CNNP wrappers) until the late 90's. So when EOT started selling what I think might be the same cake with this description.
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On second inspection with this tea I would say that it is highly advisable to use at last a 1 gram /15ml or more tea/ water ratio anything less and the tea does not seem preform as well. Even when steeping time is increased. I also ran into this issue with the 99 yi wu from Fu Hai that tea also was not preforming as well with less leaf. But when given the proper amount of leaf it really shined. I already have several aged examples of the 7532 recipe. So I will order a larger sample to play around with the tea a little more before I decide tobuy a cake. Plus personally I enjoy a slightly larger leaf grade in aged Pu-erh the 8582 for example. Which is strange as the majority of my aged pu-erh collection is made of bud heavy cakes .