This tea is skilfully crafted by farmers in Lincang, a region renowned for making high-quality Pu Erh teas. This tea has undergone a medium fermentation process, using the traditional methods. Once the fermentation stage is reached, the tea is left to ripe in optimal conditions.
Storage method: The best storage environment temperature is between 10-35° C; humidity is between 50-75. The longer it stored/ages, the better aroma & taste it will become.
Brewing notes: Please note the traditional Chinese method is to throw away the first steep after 3-5 sec of steeping and thereafter steep to enjoy the tea. This tea could be re-steeped multiple times up to 10 times, with each steep the brewing time is increased by ½ a minute.
Ingredients: Chinese Pu erh tea
Region & Time of Harvest
This tea was harvested in Spring 2012, in the Yunnan Province in China.