Young Green Pu-erh Tea

Our Young Green Ancient Tea Tree Pu-eh Bing Cha has been selected as Yunnan Province and Kunming City's designated gift tea for several years and is exported to Japan every year.Watch out for faked ancient tea tree Pu-erh on market. Real ancient tea tree Pu-erh can last 20 infusions, and tea leaves have sharp (sharper than cultivated trees) sawtooth edge, thick blades and clear vein.
 

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ancient tea tree green pu-erh

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2003 Young Green Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Bing Cha (2003) Collect cakes that are made of leaves from different ancient tea moutains today!

Made by Meng Hai Tea Factory under the inspection of Yunnan Tea Research Institute, this is one of our best sellers. It is marketed under the registered trade mark of famous tea mountains in Yunnan - Nan Nuo, Yi Wu, Jing Mai, You Le and Wu Liang. The high quality of ancient tea tree leaves and the very authentic ancient Pu-erh tea process technique make this Pu-erh cake tea the best choice for Pu-erh drinkers and long term Pu-erh collectors. Spring ancient tea tree leaves were naturally sun-dried and carefully processed. This truely is an organically grown and processed tea. As shown in the second picture on the left, leaves of those ancient tea trees have thick blades and clear veins. Even after extensive compressing process, the tea leaves still remain as whole. This tea has very nice orchid aroma and last many infusions. This is our own product. Approx. weight: 357 g.

Brewing Instruction: Apply 5 g to a large Gai Wan, wash tea for 25-40 seconds using 90°C hot water, then slowly add 50 times 75-80°C hot water and brew for 20 seconds.

This tea can last 20 infusions.

See our tea ceremony section for brewing demo.

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