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"White Pu-erh" GuShu Raw Pu-erh with White Tea Cake (100g)


– Shifu, today I meditated on the vicissitudes of life. Joy and sorrow alternate, grief is impregnated with happiness, and into the winter frost hidden the flaming hot heart of the summer. All of them intertwine in the complexity of the Creation. Will I ever gain an understanding of its mysterious ways?

– Vast is the Creation, and unbeknown are its paths, my boy. It's best experienced rather than analyzed. Here, have a sip and quiet down your mind. Feel how the sweet aroma of the White Tea complements the sharp intensity of the Sheng Pu-erh into a blissful experience, just like life itself. 

A delightful combination that showcases the best of both White Tea and Sheng Pu-erh is at the core of this rare tea. It brings together the unique taste and aroma profiles of two remarkable tea types in a truly captivating brew.

Sipping a cup of this extraordinary tea brings a harmony of flavors into play. The tasting notes reveal a sweetness that surpasses the usual Raw Pu-erh tea, with a delightful sensation on the palate. The sweetness comes from the Bai Mudan White Tea, which lends its gentle and soothing character to the blend. But there's more to this tea than just its sweetness.

As you inhale the aroma that dances from your cup, you'll be entranced by its long-lasting and complex nature. It's as if the tea is whispering stories of the mountains and forests from which it originates. This captivating aroma is reminiscent of the salt in cooking — a small addition that enhances the overall taste. The Raw Pu-erh brings this unique aromatic profile to the blend, adding depth and intrigue to the tea experience.

The journey of this rare tea begins in the lush gardens of Mt. Phoenix in Yunnan, where farmers cultivate the White Tea leaves. These leaves come from a tea bush that has been growing for more than 30 years. The Pu-erh, on the other hand, originates from the lofty slopes of Mt. Infinity, also in Yunnan. It comes from ancient tea trees that have matured for over a century. The high altitude (1800+m) adds a touch of refinement to their character.

With a gentle oxidation level of just 3%, the tea leaves retain their vibrancy and natural freshness. The White Tea undergoes no roasting, preserving its delicate essence, while the Sheng Pu-erh goes through a medium roast, adding depth and complexity to its flavor profile. 

What sets this tea apart is the special relationship between White Tea and Sheng Pu-erh. They complement and enhance each other's characteristics in a harmonious balance of taste and aroma. The blend consists of 50% Bai Mudan White Tea, which provides a solid foundation of sweetness, while the remaining portion incorporates the finest Raw Pu-erh Tea, carefully selected for its exceptional sweetness. This combination makes the tea a delightful choice for both Sheng Pu-erh enthusiasts and those new to this variety. The journey through each sip begins with a pleasing sweetness that gradually transitions into a captivating and long-lasting aroma reminiscent of wildflowers in bloom.

Additionally, both White Tea and Raw Pu-erh age beautifully when pressed into cakes. That gives the unique blend the potential to evolve and develop new complexities over time, making it a fascinating tea to store and explore as it matures.

• Place of Origin:
White tea: Mt. Phoenix, Yunnan
Sheng Pu-erh: Mt. Infinity, Pu-erh Yunnan
• Altitude: 1800-2000m
• Harvest Time:
White tea: March 10th, 2023
Sheng Pu-erh: April 15th 2022
• Picking Standard:
White tea: a bud and two leaves (Bai Mudan)
Sheng Pu-erh: a bud and two to three leaves
• Aroma: Stone fruits and wildflower notes
• Taste: Starts sweet and fruity, slowly developing into floral and fresh. Long-lingering aftertaste
• Tea Tree: Camellia sinensis var. assamica,  Da Ye Zhong (大叶种)
White tea bush: 30+ years old
Puerh tea tree: 100+ years old


Brewing guidelines:

        212℉ / 100℃ 

1g per 50ml   3-5min

    1g per 20ml   10sec + 5sec for each subsequent infusion

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Very nice tea. Has a slight floral aroma and a good robust flavor.