Wu Liang Shan Ripe Pu-erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Dag Wedin
Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 14 oz / 400 ml

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  • “Jummy oh so jummy for the tummy :) Still the only Shu I like. Les oomph when brewed in a glazed pot with water from electric kettle. Still a nice earthy fruitiness! Smooth and somewhat sweet in...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The tuocha of the day came from *Dag*, thanks! It's a pleasantly sweet one, with a nice whole wheat crust' kind of taste. Later steeps feature some cedar as well, & I should have more to say about...” Read full tasting note
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Wu Liang Shan ripe pu-erh is made of tea aged about 200-300 years old. Tea is not planted in the garden, but at the slope of the mountain. Thanks to the limited extent of trimming, the branches become very slim and the size of tealeaf is small and consistent. The minority people has to climb up the tree and pluck tea by hand.

Shape VS Quality

Some customers tend to think that mini tuo cha is of lower quality. In fact, the shape after the compression has nothing to do with its quality. We purchase tea in loose leaf and send it to the factory to compress. Usually we are the one who decide the shape.

Brewing Tips
Please note that the brewing time for this tea is very short. I suggest to brew 1 piece of mini tuo cha with 300ml of water. Please make sure brew not more than 10-15 seconds. For second brewing onwards, you have to immediately pour out the tea after you pour in hot water. If you happen to brew too thick, this tea gives a slight bitter taste. If you feel that it is bitter, please dilute it with hot water.

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Jummy oh so jummy for the tummy :)

Still the only Shu I like. Les oomph when brewed in a glazed pot with water from electric kettle. Still a nice earthy fruitiness! Smooth and somewhat sweet in contrast to the earth flavour. or is it peat? who knows?!?
Will stick to preparing this in a reductionfired pot with water from tetsubin.

Tomorrow i will try to try out a very nice sheng! While watching the Big bang theory of c ;)

Keep sipping tea and enjoy life when possible!

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 14 OZ / 400 ML
KittyLovesTea

Such a happy note to finish on :)
I wish you Happy Steeping Dag Wedin.

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The tuocha of the day came from Dag, thanks!
It’s a pleasantly sweet one, with a nice whole wheat crust’ kind of taste.
Later steeps feature some cedar as well, & I should have more to say about this, but but sorry, that’s all I got.
Oh, & this is my 3rd sip down of the day, with an remaining balance of 375 teas.

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