This is one to purchase before it has been snapped up! Produced in the Spring of 2004 in the famous Xishuangbanna prefecture of Yunnan, it imparts a clean smooth flavor. We have found after about the 4th infusion a sweetness is revealed.
This is a large brick, 250 grams. It has the potential to age and develope for many more years! We recommend using a pu-erh knife to break off a small piece to infuse. Wrap the remaining pu-erh back up to enjoy as it ages!
Insider Tip: Pu-erh teas are what the Chinese consider true black teas. What we in the West call black, is referred to as red there - referring to the liquor color. Pu-erhs have a distinct flavor and are much beloved - some even invest in Pu-erh, keeping the aged cakes as an asset which can be sold for a higher value once it has aged more.
Ingredients: Pu-erh tea.
Use 208-degree water and the following infusion times:
|Rinse||1st Infusion||2nd Infusion||3rd Infusion||4th Infusion||5th Infusion||6th Infusion||7th Infusion||8th Infusion|
|2 seconds||10 seconds||5 seconds||10 seconds||20 seconds||30 seconds||40 seconds||1 minute||2 minutes|
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