Shu Pu-erh Looseleaf 2016
This shu-style pu-erh tea—often well-liked by coffee drinkers—is made from spring-picked leaves that have been exposed to moisture during processing, in order to jump-start fermentation and its resulting deepening of flavor and fragrance. Produced in Yunnan Province in 2016, it brews up rich and smooth, with an earthy aroma and pleasant notes of sweet grain.
To prepare, rinse the leaves briefly with boiling water, then infuse multiple times, tracing the arc of flavor and fragrance throughout.
Tasting Notes: earthy, barley malt, sweet
Year of Production: 2016
4 oz or 1 lb
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I am a foodie and had to give up coffee a year ago. I have always loved tea and incorporated it into my routine but this year I have gone in head first exploring with teas, reading books about tea, etc. This particular tea is the first one to 'blow my mind' as to the diversity of varieties. I havent tasted a tea like this.. This one is altogether rich yet subtle, earthy but sweet and hard to compare to anything else. The thickness of the steep is amazing. This tea is friendly, plum like AMD seems like it is blended with a spice but it isn't. Great black or with milk/cream. It turns purpleish with cream. I tried a subtle amount of sugar as well as some local honey and the character completely changes. Three steepings with this tea are no problem. This tea would be a favorite among Hobbits.
The first brew is rich and earthy, the second brew rich and remarkably sweet. One of my go to afternoon teas.
I'm enjoying Shu Pu-erh tea very much!!
I was surprised to see the color and thought it was going to be strong but it wasn't strong. It's delicious and smooth.
My entire experience has been extremely good. I intend to buy a lot of tea in the future from your company.
An excellent tea with a mild earthiness and natural sweetness. It's great hot or cold, with cream or without. I'm now drinking this every day.
Smooth, good flavor, an excellent Pu-erh.