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2001 Menghai Premium Pu-erh Cooked Loose Tea
Yunnan Province, China.
Cookes Loose Tea
Place 4-5 grams of tea leaves into the Zhi Sha tea pot orGai Wan, pour in boiling water and cover it for 3-5 seconds, Pour out the tea water into the tea cup(s) and drain away. The first steeping is not intended for drinking and is used for the purpose of washing the tea leaves and warm the tea cup. It’s also a means of decaffeinating. Caffeine is highly water soluble, so it is one of the first constituents of the leaf to be extracted in the steeping process. Usually most of the tea's caffeine content is released in the first steeping.
You can enjoy any tea virtually caffeine-free (with little sacrifice of flavor) by discarding the water in the first steeping and adding fresh hot water to the now largely decaffeinated leaf.
Every steeping increase 3-4 seconds, pu-erh tea minimum can steep for 5-7 times or more.
Special Commend: This Menghai aged cooked loose tea was kept 100% Dry storage, very old traditional pu-erh taste, smooth like a vintage red wine, strong aroma after taste,also very clean because it never into wet storage, you will Not seen to much of this pu-erh in tea market today, RJ Teahouse strongly recommended it.
Product Description: It is known in China as a weight loss tea and has long been considered a special delicacy and an indispensable part of daily health care. It is only just starting to become known in the Western world. If you are looking for a safe and effective way to lose weight, then try our pu erh tea today!
The most widely celebrated tea in Asia, this mysterious loose leaf tea is aged in secret caves for several years where it takes on a sweet, earthy aroma. Its health benefits to you are immeasurable.
Would you enjoy a unique tasting Chinese black tea that combines true quality taste with proven health benefits for you and your family? If you are interested, then try Pu-erh tea!
The Pu-erh tea offers a special flavor that combines a deep earthy taste with subtle floral notes for a very rich tea experience.
In China, Pu-erh tea is valued for its unique taste and proven health benefits. Pu-erh continues this tradition with a high value offering that provides a rich flavor with substantial health benefits at a low cost per cup price.
Tea Storage: Keep the tea in a cool and dry place, avoid direct from sunlight. The longer it is stored the better the flavors and the more valuable it becomes!
Taste: This Pu-erh Tea liquid is a medium red to deep red color with a mellow and refreshing flavor. An after-taste later developed. Follow the brewing guide you can find out taste are changing in every steeping.