Meng Hai Gold Buddings Ripe Pu erh

SKU: PT-RP-GTJY18

$14.99

Mushroom earthy note; sweet, soft and smooth. Authentic Meng Hai flavor, earthy note with jujube taste. Moderate sweetness well remains after jujube flavor.


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  • Name: Meng Hai Gold Buddings
  • Tea Type: ripe pu erh tea
  • Origin: Meng Hai, Yunnan
  • Mushroom earthy note; sweet, soft and smooth
  • Form: loose leaf form
  • Serving size: 8g
  • Ingredient Year: 2018
  • Permit: SC11453011201135
  • Steep Temperature: ~212°F
  • Steep time: 30 – 45 SEC.

 

Dry tea leaves of loose form leaf pu erh tea converted more thoroughly than compressed tea, and the profile of tea itself is preserved more completely.

Authentic Meng Hai flavor, earthy note with jujube taste. Moderate sweetness well remains after jujube flavor.

Although tea looks dark, it reveals bright and lively color that gives soft and smooth tasting experience. The delicate and sweet taste never get weakened in the first 3 steeps. However, it will start to fade slowly after 4th Steep. Tea leaves start to open and expand after 5th steep, but tea color never get lightened out within 8 infusions.

 

Steeping Guide

It is recommended to use bigger tea sets such as ceramic sets, Yixing Clay sets or gaiwan to brew pu’erh tea, to enjoy the better quality and characteristic of pu’erh tea’s color, aroma and the taste. 90°c to 100°c of water temperature will be better.

  • Ratio of tea and water: 1g:20ml (add more water for lighter taste)

 

Steps:

  • Prepare certain amount of tea leaves.
  • 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 3 steeps: Pour the hot water into tea pot and steep for 30 sec.
  • Transfer tea to a fair cup and ready to share.
  • Enjoy the aroma before tasting it.

*Gradually increase steeping time when tea is fading out