A very good Sheng Puerh from Na Ka mountain. The dry leaf aroma has fragrant berry field tones, once the leaf is heated apple pie and cinnamon notes make their way into the composition. The taste includes berries and honey; it is very gentle with a light astringency. A happy, sunny kind of Sheng Puerh.
Best brewed in clay or porcelain. A great Sheng for experimenting. We recommend a more gentle brewing approach to this tea: brew in a porcelain Gaiwan with water at a temperature of 85-90C.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||4g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|