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.
Really happy with this tea. It has amazing fruity undertones and tastes delicious. Smells of a good quality pu-erh, with a great earthy note. It is an acquired taste but I have been drinking pu-erh for 20 years now and find this one very tasty.