Wild Tree Guo Gan GuShu Raw Pu-erh Tea, Loose, 2020 (Myanmar) (ALMOST SOLD OUT)

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DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, THIS TEA IS ALMOST SOLD OUT. 

The wise tea master Lao Cha was making his yearly pilgrimage through the pristine mountains. There, the tea bushes grew wild, absolutely untouched. 

Fellow monks were relaxing in the untamed tea gardens, sipping a local delicacy — Gushu Raw Pu-erh. Lao Cha quietly joined and took a sip. Ah! The tea was so refreshing, like the mountain air itself. All the fleeting energy returned to the tea master at once.

After the peaceful retreat, he made his way back to the homeland, with a little woven bag in hand, full of the mountainous Raw Pu-erh. 

 

Guo Gan Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Tea grows wildly at high elevations of more than 1000 meters in the luscious alpine forests of Myanmar. The high altitudes play an essential role in the mountain-filled scent of the tea.

The Guo Gan Myanmar Autonomous Region is known for its pristine environment where tea has been grown for hundreds of years. The wild tea trees remain untouched and grow freely in their original form. Furthermore, pesticides and fertilizers are kept from the natural forest.

Our Raw Guogan Pu-erh Tea is still very young. However, sheng pu-erh enthusiasts may be surprised by its undeniably smooth and mellow taste. One gong fu tea session with this loose leaf tea can last well over ten infusions. Taking a sip, you will immediately feel refreshed, as if you suddenly traveled into the high mountainous region of Myanmar, where the tea is from. No matter where you are, feel the surroundings of untouched nature, fresh air, and wonderful woody aromas.  

 

• Place of Origin: Guo Gan, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma)
• Harvest Time: March 27, 2020
• Dry  Leaf: large, fat tea buds and leaves with noticeable white fuzz
• Aroma: fresh high-mountain aroma with floral notes
• Flavor: pleasant bitterness, alpine, long-lasting with a pronounced sweet aftertaste 
• Tea Tree: Yunnan large-leaf tea bush

 

  

Brewing guidelines:

        210℉ / 99℃  

6g per 500ml   3-4min

     6g per 110ml   5sec + 5sec for each subsequent infusion

   

How to brew loose leaf tea, Gong Fu style
How to brew loose leaf tea, Western style

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