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Early 90´s Shu Puerh, Taiwan Storage

country of origin  China
 
 
Description

Dark Shu–puerh produced in early 90´s in Yunnan, South China and then stored on Taiwan in a form of 200g bricks. Beautiful example of succsessful archiving that gives special characteristic to the tea – fully matured archive tea with manifold flavor range and a very pleasant energy.
Thick ribust in a cup, dark turf-like colour that reminds of glacier lakes in Šumava mountains. Surprisingly velvet creamy rounded flavor with noble balsamic and mineral tones , with a hint of pine resin, oak bark and even sweet nut-like vibrating aftertaste.

Brewing recommendations:
4–5 g of tea per 100 ml of boiling water, steep for 20, 15, 10… seconds. This tea is ideally prepared in a miniature teapot, shiboridashi or zhong and cup(s) of the same volume so that the entire content could be strained at once.

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Designation: Shu puerh

Country of origin: China


  • Price: 19,48 €

    25g
    Alu pack


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  • Price: 151,52 €

    Brick 250 g


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