The Pu’er Tea lasts long in brewing and can be brewed immediately after baking.
Take water with a teapot. Running water is the best for brewing the Pu’er Tea. It can better display the aged charm of the Pu’er Tea.
Warming up the teapot
Bake the teapot with soft fire.
Put the bulk tea in the lotus-shaped tea container for appreciation.
Push the Pu’er Tea into the teapot with a tea spoon.
Baking the tea
Put the teapot containing the tea leaves on the stove for baking.
Pour water from a high position to fill the teapot. Scrape away the foam on the surface with the teapot lid.
Cooking the tea
Baking the teapot again on the stove.
Tea soup allocation
Pour the tea soup evenly into the teacups.