Like other Pu Erh teas, this one represents a unique type of tea that has been double fermented and buried underground for up to two years.
Time Of Day: Afternoon, Evening, Morning
Ailment: Detox and Slimming, Tummy Troubles
Weight: 125 g
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Like other Pu Erh teas, this one represents a unique type of tea that has been double fermented and buried underground for up to two years. It is this complex and time consuming production process that gives the dark red infusion its strong and unique flavour that is predominantly earthy and woody with an underlying spiciness
Taste: Robust with elegant earthy notes and a velvet smooth mellow sweet finish
Aroma: Earthy and woody yet deeply refreshing and clean
Infusion: Shimmering dark brown with a splash of red
Originates from China
Loose leaf tea:
We would recommend putting one teaspoon of tea per cup into an infuser or filter and then add freshly boiled water. For a pot of tea, always add one teaspoon of tea for the pot and one teaspoon for each person. The length of brewing time can vary according to an individual’s taste but we would recommend the following:ng the tea brew for approximately three minutes
Brewing Temperature: 100°C
Brewing Time: 3 minutes
These are our various handmade packaging options:
|Artisan Loose Leaf Bag:
A lovely, ornamented bag, hand-finished with a little bow and full of our delicious loose leaf tea.
A beautiful, traditional tea caddy with a built-in air expeller to ensure freshness of the loose leaf teas. It is not only a delightful storage tin, but also works as a great gift idea.
A delightful and colourful box of tea that can also be a lovey present. The loose leaf tea comes in a heat-sealed clear bag to maintain freshness.
|Tea Pouch Box:
This pretty box has 15 artisan tea pouches, which combine the convenience of tea bags with the full flavour of our gorgeous loose leaf teas. The pouches are made from bio-degradable materials and come in a heat-sealed clear bag to maintain freshness.
|Artisan Glass Jar:
A beautiful little jar that combines the high quality of our loose leaf tea with a gorgeous packaging and an artisan finish, making it a perfect addition to your tea collection or a unique gift for all tea lovers.
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