Also called Shu Puerh from old straight-stemmed trees, this tea has an unusual fruity taste and an energy-boosting effect.
The flavour is woody and fruity with a hint of chocolate, and a vanilla aftertaste. The tea has a relaxing effect followed by an increase in energy to last the whole day.
A good Shu Puerh for the everyday. Invigorating, helps concentrate and calms the nervous system.
It can be brewed in clay or thick ceramic teaware. Water is best heated to a temperature of 90-95 °С (194-203°F). The best brewing methods are Pin Cha or boiling. It can be steeped up to 8 times. Tea-to-water ratio is 9 g. (0.32 oz) per 100 ml. (3.5 oz) of water.
Region: Mengku Tea Mountain Area in Shuangjiang County, Lincang
|ratio per 100 ml.:||9 g.|