Refined yunnan one grade ripe puerh flavor tea

A 2019 ripe pu erh tea cake, which was first aged in loose form and later compressed in 2017. This cake consists of fine (gong ting) grade tea leaves and buds. Explore the depth of this tea with changing flavors one steep after another.Type: Ripe Pu-erh (fermented) Grade: Premium Production area: Bulang Mountain, Menghai County, Yunnan Province The makers of this tea, Mr. Zhou and his father, both worked for the famous Menghai Tea Factory, one of four state-owned tea factories in Yunnan. It was, here that Mr. Zhou honed his tea making skills.Produced by the Xinghai Tea Factory in Menghai. Xinghai is one of the original private tea factories founded in the early 1990’s by members of the Menghai Tea Factory. Their ripe pu-erh “wet piling” technique is refined and produces high quality teas with good aging prospects. This brick is composed of an average ofOne of the many 1975 classic recipe teas from Menghai Tea Factory. This is a tried and true recipe that is a prime candidate for near-term aging and drinking. This uses an average of Grade 6 leaves (like a 7262) and blends them for optimum flavor. Like other Da Yi ripe products the fermented tea that composes this bPu’er or pu-erh is a variety of fermented tea produced in the Yunnan province of China. Fermentation in the context of tea production involves microbial fermentation and oxidation of the tea leaves, after they have been dried and rolled. This process is a Chinese specialty and produces tea known as 黑茶 hēichá (literally, ‘black tea’) commonly translated as ‘dark tea’.Ripe vs raw pu-erh tea: Raw Pu-erh is made from non-fermented tea leaves that are roasted, sun-dried, then steamed and compressed into cakes which are aged until the tea’s taste is properly transformed. Ripe Pu-erh goes through the same step, then when producing the cakes it undergoes a procedure, called ‘wet piling’.These premium mini tuo cha are made from Simao fermented ripe pu-erh. These are about 5 grams each. The brewed liquor is a lovely deep red color and the flavor is rich,sweet and smooth. This is a great drink for a dry throat , after a heavy meal, or just for enjoyment alone! Please don’t confuse our premium tuos withThis is a cake composed entirely of golden buds ripe pu-erh tea. Golden Bud (aka Jin Ya 金芽) is a fine tippy grade of ripe that is unique from gong ting and golden needle (jin zhen). It’s typically very golden and and is comprised primarily of buds. The flavor is smooth, creamy, sweet, and fruity, with a slightly bitThis is Te Ji grade leaf which is slightly larger than Gong ting grade (the smallest leaf grade). The tea is the result of a wet pile batch done in Menghai with Menghai area tea leves. It’s a tippy grade Te Ji and the taste is creamy, smooth, but with a thick heavy bite that sticks around in the mouth. This is the cHowever, some manufacturers choose to use low-quality leaf material to create this kind, so it’s important to buy from a trusted source and, if possible, to try a sample before you buy. We love 2009 Rain Butter from West China Tea Company, Menghai Te Ji Grade Ripe Pu-erh from Yunnan Sourcing, and 2014 Yiwu “Iron Forge” Shou Puerh from Crimson …

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