10-Year Aged Raw Pu-erh Brick Tea 2005

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Product Description

Place of origin: Fengqing, Lincang, Yunnan
Tea type: Pu-erh tea, raw pu-erh tea
Harvest Season: In Spring
Harvest Time: March – May, 2005
Production Date: In April, 2006
Net wet: 250 g
Dry Tea: Compressed, square, the buds coated white fuzz and twisted with leaves are visible on the surface
Aroma: Pure wood notes (commonly only detectable in some aged raw pu-erh tea)
Liquid: Brilliant orange-yellow
Mouthfeel: the initial two infusions are slight sweet, fresh, brisk. A typical rock candy sweetness begins to appear from the third infusion (thirst-quenching and long-lasting sweet)
Species: Fengqing large leaf tea
Tree age: 100 – 300 years old
Tea Garden: Lida, Ping He tea garden, etc.
Caffeine scale: medium
Storage: Store in cool, dry place away from sunlight; keep ventilated
Shelf life: Long-term preservation

     The best taste characteristics are reached if pu-erh is stored over 10 years. We will temporary forget about this rule. 10-Year Aged Raw Pu-erh Brick Tea 2005 was stored for 10 years in the special internal locations with the strict dry conditions throughout the year to obtain major aging. These storage locations are called “干仓”(pinyin: gancang). They influence the enhancement of tea aroma and taste.

     If stored at 干仓, the fresh herbaceous plants aromas of the newly harvest tea mutate to faint wood scent after 10-year storage. This tea offers delightfully mildness, dry scent and helps with thirst. Its long-lasting fragrance even after brewing several times is guaranteed.


Recommend Brewing Guide

Western Method

Teapot: 12 oz / 355 ml

212℉ / 100℃

Use 5 Grams Tea

Brewing time: 3 – 5 mins

Chinese Gongfu Way

Water: 4.5 oz / 135 ml

212℉ / 100℃

Use 8g Tea leaves

12 steeps : rinse, 25s, 20s, 20s, 30s, 30s, 50s, 60s, 80s, 100s, 130s, 150s, 180s

Additional Information

Variety:

20g (10*2), 1 piece, 2 pieces, 3 pieces

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