Product Description

Originally from Yunnan, China. Raw leaves were harvested from the arbor tea trees of broad-leaf species that grown organically in high mountain ancient tea forests. The sun-dried green leaves (maocha) underwent the traditional pile-fermentation process to product ripe puer, which was then steamed and compressed into round tea cakes. These neatly pressed reddish-brown tea cake gives a clear, coppery-red infusion, earthy aged wood aroma with rounded, mellow flavour and sweet after-taste. It is mild in nature and gentle for stomach. Good for multiple brews and ideal for daily consumption.

Product Origin: Yunnan
Quantity: 5g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Dark Tea
Tea Intensity: Coppery-Red
Aroma: Earthy, Woody
Taste: Mellow
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 5g of tea leaves to the purple clay, ceramic or porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 95°C – 100°C. Steep for approximately 60 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.


Product Description

Originally from Yunnan, China. Raw leaves were harvested from the arbor tea trees of broad-leaf species that grown organically in high mountain ancient tea forests. The sun-dried green leaves (maocha) underwent the traditional pile-fermentation process to product ripe puer, which was then steamed and compressed into round tea cakes. These neatly pressed reddish-brown tea cake gives a clear, coppery-red infusion, earthy aged wood aroma with rounded, mellow flavour and sweet after-taste. It is mild in nature and gentle for stomach. Good for multiple brews and ideal for daily consumption.

Product Origin: Yunnan
Quantity: 5g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Dark Tea
Tea Intensity: Coppery-Red
Aroma: Earthy, Woody
Taste: Mellow
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 5g of tea leaves to the purple clay, ceramic or porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 95°C – 100°C. Steep for approximately 60 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.


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