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Young Ripened Puer Tea

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Young Ripened Puer Tea

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This ripen Puerh Tea is from Yunnan provenience in China. Quality Yunnan tea leaves and buds are selected for post fermentation that allows the tea to fully ripen. The ripen tea are allowed to age for around 1 year. Doctors in Kunming reported that drinking this tea helps to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream and helps digestion. The Puerh with dark and reddish black leaves makes a heavy thick tea with strong earthy aroma. It is very popular in the Cantonese Tea House and normally consume with Dim Sum. This tea is commonly mixed with chrysanthemum flower to create a Chinese Restaurant Tea.

Availability: In stock

Special Price $12.90

Regular Price: $16.00

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Weight: 100 g (3.5 oz)
Includes: Tea Leaves, Packing Bag
Quality Guarantee Period: 24 Months

Home: Yunnan

Leaf: Dark burgundy and chocolate-brown, with an earthy aroma. Brew: Ruddy brown, clearer with quality, boasting a marvelously rich, complex flavor which includes hints of sweet jujube, osmanthus flower, and the minerals and plants native to Yunnan province.

Scoop: Shou pu-er can be kept indefinitely, whether in cakes, bucks, or round disks with embossed designs However, it must be preserved thus naturally, not with refrigeration or foil bags, and teaches its apotheosis of flavor after 20 years or so, Much of a shou pu'er's flavor is credited to the company which makes it, usually a family concern of long, local standing, with its own close-guarded secret process of fermentation.

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