Pu-erh is a distinctive tea type originating in Yunnan, China. Made from sun-withered and gently pan-fired leaves (mao cha), naturally occurring wild yeasts and beneficial bacteria cause the tea to ferment over time and develop unique and truly complex flavors.
Traditional, earthy Pu-erh. Clean, has a refined texture, soft body with savory-sweet notes of mushrooms and roasted nuts.
- 1-2 tsp. tea leaves per 8 oz water.
- Pour in a small amount of hot water - The hotter the temperature of the water, the stronger your brew will be.
- Swirl the water around to rinse out any impurities from the tea.
- Discard of this water leaving behind the wet tea leaves in your infuser.
- Pour hot water in your teapot and leave to steep for 2-4 minutes.
- Once the tea has steeped, remove your tea filter to stop the infusion process.
- You can reuse the tea several times.
To ensure your Pu-erh stays as fresh as possible as long as possible, take care to store it in a cool, dark place, away from light, oxygen, moisture and fragrant pantry companions like coffee or spices.
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