Compressed tea cake from a family garden in Zhong He Village. Old to ancient tea tree leaves over 80 years old (gu shu 古樹) that grow in altitude of 3,050m high. A very rich tea at its peak of maturity, with complex earth and dried fruit notes and light smoky aroma. Dark orange liquor that turns brandy-red.
Recommended for drinking in the first part of the day, from autumn to spring. Its benefits move on the axis between raw and ripe pu'er, between yin and yang.
Prestigious vintage tea at the highest levels of its kind, which will be praised and increased in value from season to season (see storage instructions)
Tea needle as a gift with every tea cake purchase.
Zhong He Gu Shu 2013 - Aged Raw Pu'er Cake
Zhong He, Fengqing, Lincang, Yunnan Province of China
Ingredients: Compressed tea leaves (Camellia Sinensis)
Net Weight: 400g
Carve using a pu'er needle a portion of 5.5g tea leaves
Infuse in boiling water at 100°c for 5-10 sec in a traditional infusion pot (120-200 ml) or press pot, for 7-10 times
It is not recommended to infuse this tea in a larger pot
Each portion suits infusion of up to 1.5L of tea in total
Long shelf life, the aged the better. Suitable for aging by storing in its original package, in a shady and dry place with neutral odor. Avoid storage alongside spices, perfumes and other types of tea.