Menghai uncooked puerh herbal tea mini cake

Menghai Tea Factory (勐海茶叶厂): Menghai Tea Factory was formally established in 1940 by a group of over 90 tea professionals with origins from all over China. It is possibly the oldest specialized tea factory in Yunnan Province. Because of this, it has a solid reputation that is well respected by Pu-erh tea enthusiasts. IThe Menghai Tea Factory is one of the 4 major producers of pu erh tea in Yunnan, China. The factory is based in Xishuangbanna and most of its products are sold under the Dayi (or ‘Taetea’) label. Several of Dayi’s pu erh series return yearly including the popular 7542, 7572, 8582 and V93.Menghai tea factory has always been at the forefront of the process of creating ripe pu-erh tea through “wet piling”. Their expertise at selecting material, wet piling and blending makes their ripe pu-erh teas unique and never disappointing.This is a tippy ripe blend to celebrate the Year of the Monkey 2016. Sun Wu KonCertified Organic Yellow Tea; Certified Organic Ripe Pu-erh Tea; Certified Organic Raw Pu-erh Tea; Flower and Herbal Teas; Hand-Made Blooming Teas; Teawares. Gaiwans; Cups; Brushes; Cha Hai; Cha He (Presentation Vessels) Coasters; Glasswares; Kamjove Press Art Tea Cups and Pots; Picks and Pryers for Pu-erh; Portable Brewing Devices and Travel …150g / 5.3oz sheng pu erh tea cake. Processed based on traditional Menghai 7542 tea recipe. Great for long-term storage, or to enjoy right away. Menghai 7542: The 4 popular numbers in the world of pu erh. 7542, these 4 digits mean a lot to a Yunnan tea cake fan.Pu-erh tea is made from Yunnan large-leaf varietal of Camellia Sinensis. It is typically processed into compressed cakes, bricks and tuos. Pu-erh is particularly special because it can be aged for decades or longer, always changing and (in most cases) developing more depth and texture. Raw Pu-erh (生茶) is the traditionaUnlike raw pu-erh, the ripe variety is fermented in the factory before the leaves are compressed into cakes. A lot of ripe pu-erh can be hard on the palate with its overwhelming earthiness. But ones that are well made, like this mini cake, are very enjoyable and energizing.”Gong Ting” literally means palace ripe pu’erh. Composed of fine ripe tea from the 2008 spring harvest, this lovely semi-aged ripe tea was then pressed into these lovely 100 gram mini cakes. Menghai Gong Ting Ripe Pu’erh Cake has a deep earthy sweetness, reminiscent of sun-dried Chinese dates. It has a balanced smooth mouthfeel and sweet aroma.Pu-erh, an ancient form of tea, comes in a compact form. The flavors of the tea improve with age by way of fermentation. Also described as post-fermented tea, there are two main categories of pu-erh – ripe (shou) and raw (sheng). The latter is the traditional method where the leaves are left to ferment on its own natur

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