Lao Man E 2015 Pu erh Raw Tea

SKU: PT-RW-LME2015

$28.49

has delicate fragrance with bitter taste but sweet and little bit dry after. Third infusion has the best taste while bitterness has become weakened after and lasts only sweetness.

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This tea is compressed with unblended spring leaves with more younger downy leaves. Sweet returns from its weakened bitterness. First infusion has delicate fragrance with bitter taste but sweet and little bit dry after. Third infusion has the best taste while bitterness has become weakened after and lasts only sweetness.

Lao Man E village is located in the region of Da Ban Zhang where the core production of Bu Lang old arbor tea is. Every old tea tree in this area is engraved with vicissitudes of time suffering, has witnessed the history of ancestor’s tea farming. The average altitude of this tea is from about 1650 meter above sea level, slightly lower than Lao Ban Zhang Tea area. It is merely about 5 kilometers from Xin Ban Zhang, and less than 10 kilometers from Lao Ban Zhang, known as king of pu erh tea from. No matter of their sea level, climate or environmental quality are mostly similar.

  • Origin: Meng Hai, YunNan
  • Year: 2015
  • Bitter, dry but sweet aftertaste.
  • Shelf Life: the longer in proper condition, the better
  • Storing: Keep dry and odorless, away from sunlight

 

Steeping Guide

For best tasting result, the pressed pu erh tea should be pried to loose form and exposed in the air few days before brewing.

  • Tea ware recommended: Yixing Clay, Gaiwan, Ceramic teapot
  • Water Temperature: ~ 212°F
  • Tea leaves / water: 1g:30ml (adjust amount for own preference)

 

Steps:

  • Rinse tea wares with hot boiling water.
  • Put the tea leaves into a teapot.
  • And then pour boiling water into it to wash off the dirt and impurities of tea, immediately drain off the water. In this case can improve the clarity of tea and also can fully release the true taste of pu'er tea.
  • First steep: Pour the hot water into tea pot and steep for 30 to 45 sec.
  • Transfer tea to a tea pitcher to share.

*Gradually increase steeping time when tea is fading out


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