Silver Needle Been Cha

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • β€œIts an OK quality Been. You can taste the sweetness of a white tea with the complexity of a Sheng puerh (a bit bitter, very aromatic and flowery notes). I recommend using Gong Fu method so you can...” Read full tasting note
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Pressed exclusively for Silk Road Teas, our cake is made of large white buds and deep green leaves to create a strikingly rich, traditional-style, 257-gram Pu-erh cake. Raw or “Sheng” Pu-erh, these cakes are young, offering a sweet and full taste along with hints of the body and malty tastes that are fermenting within. Certainly a Pu-erh to consider for long-term storage and aging. Grown in the Six Famous Mountains region and processed in 2011. To steep, use 4-5 grams of leaf, briefly rinse (10 seconds) with boiling water, pour off, infuse for 2-3 minutes.

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155 tasting notes

Its an OK quality Been. You can taste the sweetness of a white tea with the complexity of a Sheng puerh (a bit bitter, very aromatic and flowery notes). I recommend using Gong Fu method so you can enjoy different phases of the tea… Rinse for a few seconds and do :15 infusions adding another :15 per infusion or to your taste.

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Boiling 0 min, 30 sec

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