Jingmai wild forest of ancient tea trees is located at the southern tip of Yunnan. The forest is one of the most well preserved large wild tea plantations, it has continued to flourish from the time of the beginning of the Chinese Sung Dynasty to the present due in part to the area's fertile soil, good climate, lack of pollutants and remoteness from modern cities. This raw cake was compressed by stone mold - traditional Bingcha processing method to avoid breaking tea leaves. It yields a bright yellow liquor with a rich, smooth mouthfeel and long-lasting flavor. A nice raw Pu-erh for drinking now or putting away for aging.
PREPARATION: To prepare Pu-erh tea from cakes, carefully pry out the desired amount leaves and place in a teapot. Rinse by covering with boiling water and quickly pour off. Cover with boiling water again and let steep 5-30 seconds (depending on how light or dark you want the tea) and serve. Pu-erh tea can be steeped 10-20 times.
Kunming Guyi company
Tea Type: Raw / Green Pu-erh
Harvest Area: Jingmai, Lancang County
Harvest Year: 2009
Net Weight: 357 grams (12.59 ounces)
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2009 Yubang Jingmai Arbor Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake