The Ripened Aged Pu Erh Loose Tea can get into Palace grade, super fine grade, grade 1, grade 2 to grade 10 based on the quality, the higher the level, the tender the tea is. The tea tastes very smooth at first and becomes sweet with a hint of jujube aroma and mouth-watering afterward. Its tea liquid with jujube aroma tastes sweet, smooth and soft. This Teabeau aging ripened Pu-erh tea is mild, and long-term drinking can warm our stomach. If you have the habit of drinking Pu-er tea in the afternoon, you also by some refreshments.
PS: Pu-erh tea is famous for its sweet aftertaste, that’s to say after the tea goes into the throat, the sweet taste still lingers in the mouth. The interplay of unique milk aroma and tea flavor makes us memorable. About how to make ripened Pu-erh milk tea, please see: Pu-erh and Milk, a Magic Journey of Taste.
Ripened Aged Pu Erh Loose Tea Grade 3
- The aged the better
- Shop in cool, dry place away from sunshine; keep aerated
- Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee).
- Lida & Dasi Tea Garden.
- Fengqing large-leaf tea species (about 50 to 300 years).
- Bright crimson color.
- Aged aroma and jujube scent.
- Maroon color with a percentage of tea stalk.
- Controlled by one bud with 2 to 3 leaves with a small amount of one bud with one sheet.
- March to June 2013.
- Mengyou Town, Fengqing County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China.
Recommend Developing Technique
Teacup: 12oz/ 355ml
203 ℉/ 95 ℃.
Developing time: 3 – 5 mins
Chinese Gongfu Method
Gaiwan: 3.8 oz/ 110ml.
203 ℉/ 95 ℃.
12 steeps: rinse, 10s,15 s,20 s,20 s,20 s,30 s,40 s,50 s,60 s,70 s,90 s,120 s.
Rinse time is around 5 seconds.