Fengqing Raw Pu-erh Tea Brick, 2005
The herbaceous aroma of a freshly harvested tea is turned into the faint scent of wood in this pu-erh. The tea undergoes 10-year storage in a unique traditional warehouse, where the temperature and humidity are kept the same all year round, to enrich the tea's taste and fragrance. Much like its dry scent, the flavor of this tea is delightfully mild. Take a sip and you will immediately get the long-lasting fragrance of this aged raw pu-erh.
We strongly recommend steeping 3 or more times in order to get the most out of this rich tea. The rich-mellow taste intensifies gradually, while at the same time the sweet notes get more noticeable with each subsequent infusion.
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