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Da Xue Shan Ming Qian Raw Pu'erh Tea#1147

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大雪山 明前 古树 普洱生茶 2017年#1147

Da Xue Shan is a famous tea mountain located in Lincang area of Yunnan Province where the terrain is high, cold, and desert-like. Ming Qian refers to the harvest time before Qing Ming which is April 4th. This tea is an early spring-picked high quality, rare tea with a light vegetal flavor and fresh lively aftertaste. 

Pu’erh is a fermented tea that improves digestion and can be used for slimming and for protecting the heart and circulation. Raw pu’erh is greener, less fermented than ripe, or “cooked” pu’erh which is aged to perfection. However, raw pu’erh can be enjoyed immediately without aging and is similar to green tea.

 

Brewing Method: Teacup  Chinese Gaiwan
Water volume: 12oz / 355ml 3.8oz / 110ml
Temperature:  212℉ /100℃  212℉ /100℃
Tea Quantity: 5 g Tea 7 g Tea
Brewing time:  1-2 mins 8 steps: rinse,10s,15s,20s,25s,35s,45s 60s,90s
 Rinse time is around 4 seconds
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大雪山 明前 古树 普洱生茶 2017年#1147 Da Xue Shan is a famous tea mountain located in Lincang area of Yunnan Province... Read more

SKU: 110100ORIGIN: Yunnan, China
BARCODE: 0000000001147WEIGHT: 4 oz/1 LB
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    Description

    大雪山 明前 古树 普洱生茶 2017年#1147

    Da Xue Shan is a famous tea mountain located in Lincang area of Yunnan Province where the terrain is high, cold, and desert-like. Ming Qian refers to the harvest time before Qing Ming which is April 4th. This tea is an early spring-picked high quality, rare tea with a light vegetal flavor and fresh lively aftertaste. 

    Pu’erh is a fermented tea that improves digestion and can be used for slimming and for protecting the heart and circulation. Raw pu’erh is greener, less fermented than ripe, or “cooked” pu’erh which is aged to perfection. However, raw pu’erh can be enjoyed immediately without aging and is similar to green tea.

     

    Brewing Method: Teacup  Chinese Gaiwan
    Water volume: 12oz / 355ml 3.8oz / 110ml
    Temperature:  212℉ /100℃  212℉ /100℃
    Tea Quantity: 5 g Tea 7 g Tea
    Brewing time:  1-2 mins 8 steps: rinse,10s,15s,20s,25s,35s,45s 60s,90s
     Rinse time is around 4 seconds

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