“I’m resteeping my second cup of this now. I have so much tea that I’d like to drink and enjoy, but I also don’t want to waste the stuff that I have. So, I’m going to resteep this at least once! It...” Read full tasting note
“This is one of the very first tea’s I bought when I began my tea journey. I was ‘talked into’ 150 g’s of this, and now I’m down to my last cup of it. I wasn’t too impressed with the tea when I...” Read full tasting note
“2/3/14 2nd tea of an afternoon pu-erh flight. 3g/100ml gaiwan/212F Washed. The dry leaf had a delicate cinnamon raisin scent which I associate with Yunnan black teas. After the wash...” Read full tasting note
Robust but elegant earthy notes with a smooth and mellow, sweet finish.
Legend has it that pu-erh black tea was made famous given as a dowry by Chinese Princess Wencheng in 641AD. Subsequently, Emperor Daoguang granted pu-erh as the ‘Divine Tribute to the Kingdom of Heaven’ and was considered a tribute tea in 1839AD. After drying, the tea undergoes and additional fermentation process, which activates enzymes and provides and elegant earthy flavor. Ours is a rich loose-leaf pu-erh carefully blended with a high-grade Yunnan black tea. Well- balanced, smooth and mellow, the cup finishes with a noble floral note.
How to prepare:
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 195-205 degrees (90-96 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2-3 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
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