A nice inexpensive cooked pu’erh: Very smooth with none of the “paint stripper” quality that some cheap cooked pu’erhs can have. Whiff of the barnyard, plus a bit of chocolate. Good stuff, and the little bricks are fun.
These fun “mini-bricks” of cooked (shou) pu-erh are embossed with an “S”. This pu-erh produces a dark liquor with an extremely mellow and smooth taste, making it a great introduction to pu-erh for neophytes!
Brewing: Place one piece in a teapot. Rinse by covering with boiling water and quickly pour off. Cover with boiling water again and let steep 5-30 seconds and serve. After the first infusion the tea has just gotten started so keep on infusing. Brew one piece of mini Tuocha up to five infusions.
Brewing vessel: Gaiwan or Yixing teapots is preferred
Storage: Keep "S"Mini Brick in porous wrap or container to allow it to age further. No direct exposure to sunlight and water.
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