2012 Ancient Puerh Discs

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Pu-erh Tea
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Set water temperature to 200 °F / 93 °C
Steep for 0 min, 15 sec
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“A wonderful strong pureh. I was surprised to find that I got 10 steeps out of one disk with the flavor only getting better each time.” Read full tasting note
“This was fantastic – it was super roasty but very sweet for the first five or so steeps. I almost got a baked bread kind of feel by steep 6, and it continued to have good flavor until I quit after...” Read full tasting note
“Enjoying a fabulous session with this tea before we have to hit the road and head up to my parents’ place for Thanksgiving dinner. This tea is one of my favorite shous. I just love the strength,...” Read full tasting note
“I’m only on steep #2 but YUM! This is really good shu. There is a unique sweet/nutty note that I don’t get very often from shu puerh. I know I’ve tasted it before but I can’t remember where??...” Read full tasting note


Our 2012 Ancient Puerh Discs originate from the Yang Ta Mountain in Yunnan, China. This tea is plucked by the Yi tribe from trees that are at least 400 years old. Our 2012 Ancient Puerh Discs have tree bark, damp earth, roasted coffee, and black pepper notes. This puerh has a sweet, fruity finish that lingers. One disc is good for at least 15 steeps.

Ingredients: Chinese Puerh Tea

Recommended Brew Time: 20 seconds
Recommended Amount: 1 disc for 6oz of water
Recommended Temperature: 212 F (boiling)

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