Da Shu Raw Pu Er Tea Cake (2011)
大樹生普洱餅茶 （Dà shù shēng pǔ’ěr bǐng chá）
Origin: Yunnan Province, China
Profile： This tea was harvest in 2011 Spring in Menghai Yunnan Province, China. We named this tea Da Shu Cha because it was harvest from a 200-year-old age tree, where the number of tea leaves produces from such age tree was minimal. This tea has been stored in dry conditions with consistent fermentation.
Taste: This tea slowly transformed into a ripe puer with a creamy texture. strong cha qi aroma and lingers with great balance bitterness.
10 grams of tea leaves | Boiling water is perfect for age tea | Steeping time 10 seconds | Reinfuse up to 10-12 times (maybe longer if your lighter tea drinker)