Good quality pu-erh tea pairs well with rich desserts. The flavor and reputed health benefits of pu-erh tea also make it a great option for drinking as a digestif after a heavy meal. This tea's caffeine level is lower than coffee.
This assortment includes four different kinds of pu-erh tea, 8 grams each.
Gong Ting Pu-erh Tea ripe x 1
It consists of Gong Ting (fine palace grade) tea leaves and buds. Explore the depth of this tea with changing flavors one steep after another. This ripe pu-erh is characterized by light post-fermentation and dry storage aging, resulting in more complex notes. It has a deep earthy sweetness, reminiscent of sun-dried Chinese dates. It has a balanced smooth mouthfeel and sweet aroma. The multiple infusions you will enjoy are sweet and somewhat fruity in flavor.
Ban Zhang Pu-erh Tea raw x 1
Banzhang production area is not big and the annual yield from the old trees is far below the demand. This Banzhang flake is made with 100% first spring-picked leaves. It is bitter as it enters the mouth and gradually dissolves. Subtle tea fragrance moves through the mouth as threads of hui gan spin around in the throat. it yields a bright yellow liquor with a refreshingly and strong flavor.
Bu Lang Pu-erh Tea ripe x 1
Made with spring leaves from tea trees around 100-years-old, this Bulang flake offers the classic flavors of a well-fermented ripe Pu-erh. Bold and earthy, this tea is equally satisfying whether drunk hot or iced. A dark and full-bodied fermented pu-erh.
Gu Shu Bbai Pu-erh Tea raw x 1
A rare and unique white tea. Once the fresh leaves are picked; the tea is withered under the moonlight until it is dry; unlike traditional pu-erh tea, which must be withered under the sun. Since it is withered for a significant time, it causes some oxidation of the interior enzymes. This unique process gives the tea liquor an aroma similar to black tea. You may be surprised to see the tea liquid becoming darker after several infusions! The dry leaf is floral, woodsy, and hay-like in the aroma; once steeped, the mouthfeel is almost syrupy, and there’s a slight nectar sweetness in the flavor.
Individual packaging, moisture-proof and sanitary.
The original leaves are clearly visible.
Natural and healthy, 0 sugar 0 chemical flavor.
Portable packaging, suitable for drinking at the home, office, and convenient to drink when traveling.
To prepare mini flakes, gently break one and put it into a teapot or Gaiwan. Quickly flush (cover the leaves with 98C/208F hot water and pour it off) and appreciate the aroma of the wet leaves. Then infuse with near-boiling water for 1-3 minutes and serve. Puerh tea generally will yield multiple infusions. Always adjust the quantity of leaves, infusion time, and water temperature according to your personal preferences.
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